Treasure Island

King Midas

(Dallas, Texas)

Frown (alternative to Creep by STP)


Wish I could just let
Go of all of this
I'm growing so tired
Of being caught in this

I'm tired of these games
That I never seem to win
Wish you'd just open up
And let me come on in

I'd give you everything
I could possibly give
But it still wouldn't be enough
To satisfy you then

I'll never give you up
I've come to far by now
I'll just sit back and wait
With empty hopes behind my frown

Submitted: Tuesday, March 28, 2006
Edited: Thursday, February 08, 2007
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  • Karrie Dyke (3/28/2006 3:06:00 PM)

    nice poem man it's original how you wrote the alternative verses to the song b/c you can sing w/it i'll probably never write a good poem (Report) Reply

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