maria sudibyo

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Fundamental of Liar Chapter VIII: Love


Cineraria laughs at me in the dark
There's time when I dreamed
That you'll choose me to be loved
You start a lie that you don't know
I know the lie but I let it happen
Though I have this arm in my shoulder
My heart restlessly cries

Lies love lies
You and I are lying
We lying each other
We lying to ourself
We both repeat the lie to cover the lie
How can we be happy above the lie?

Then you know this love is lie
You're caring me just because you don't want to be hurt
To protect me but you actually protect yourself
Your warmth and tender is true but love me not
You still pretend to love me and keep lying
I keep lying pretend not to see
Your smile always seen sad
Your eyes seem want to apologize
This lie becomes a must to build our love

Lies love lies
We are loving because a lie
This is a perfect love of lie
So I take a lie to free you
I don't need this fake love
Because there's only one truth not lie
That I really love you

Submitted: Sunday, May 11, 2008

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