Pascale Ost

Rookie (21-11-1970 / Antwerp)

Goodbye to...

Seeing you here
It’s almost a dream
A little smile around your lips
Your hands on your belly
Dressed in your favourite clothes

Thinking about all those years
Now I know they went to fast
We spend too many times
On argues, quarrels and
Other useless things

Seeing you here
I only can say
How much I loved you
I’m just sad and mad that
I never had the guts to tell you this

Thinking about all those years
Now I know they went to fast
We spend to little times
To tell the truth, being together,
Having fun and to be ourselves

Seeing you here
Makes me crying,
I wish I could change it
Bringing you back
And start all over again

Thinking about all those years
Now I know that you where so right
I would listen to your wisdom
I would do what you told me to do
And I would say thousand times a day
I love you …

Submitted: Friday, July 21, 2006
Edited: Wednesday, August 18, 2010
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