Treasure Island

Emo Seb


Echo


These words, they echo inside my head
These words, these words that you said
Echoing, echoing until I’m dead
My hearts beating, keeps beating, please stop
These words repeating, repeating nonstop
Echoing, echoing until I drop
To my knees, my heart’s still beating, take this knife
Echoing, please, repeating, I’m pleading, take my life
Take it away like these words took my heart
Repeating, repeating, til they tore it apart
Echoing, echoing, not heading my cry
Echoing, echoing, not retreating til I die
Echoing, echoing repeating that lie
That you love me, repeating these words that you said
That you love me, these words echoing inside my head
You don’t love, these words echo, echoing that you want me dead.

Submitted: Thursday, February 28, 2008
Edited: Tuesday, September 16, 2008

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