Treasure Island

Aidin Azarkerdar

(9/11/1987 / Iran)

Every day…every night


In the hell I living with you
In the dark I kiss you
The angels no know
I feel love in the fire
I burning with you in the flames
Burning love
Shining flames

Hey, remember
You died in my arms
I held on you
When you killed yourself
In my minds
And you came into hell

I remember
I think to you
Everyday…every night
I came into my dark room
And I made my prison of life
And I died in the dark
I came to you
In the hell
I'm, be with you
Every day every night
Eternity suffers
For my love
I kill myself because of you
You killed your self because for life without me
I'm suffer
Suffer for your pains
So die
Everyday... every night
This is god suffer
For you my guilty

Submitted: Saturday, July 28, 2007
Edited: Friday, March 25, 2011
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