James Aykroyd

Rookie (Bradford Royal Infirmary)

Finishing The Moment


Three and half years,
You say,
Are love has got so strong,
But when the tables have turned,
You now say,
It's all gone,
But think deep down,
Of all that ive done,
Think deep down,
Of what we have overcome,
But if I could take back That day,
Id of stood by my plan,
Id of walk-en away,
But now that it's happen,
It all fits in place,
The way I was afraid,
of the way I could see,
Right through the people,
That though he had no clue,
They didn't like me,
Of me been with you,
But am not gonna beg,
The balls in your court,
Cause this is wrong,
You no we belong,
But once again,
From a matter that came to a end,
You stay away,
But I saw in your eyes,
The fear of the future,
That awaits,
But like I said,
There's a week in place,
Listen to your mates,
Cause you will loose again,
Cause the fact is,
I may not be perfect,
But I tried my best,

By James Aykroyd

Submitted: Thursday, October 10, 2013
Edited: Friday, October 11, 2013
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