Treasure Island

Dhee Jhaye Magz


Here I Am, There You Are


Here I am, there you are,
How you always stand so far,
I am here, you are there,
How can I know that you care?

Just one look, just one smile,
All my time will be worthwhile,
Can you come, can we talk?
Can you join me for a walk?

Don't you run, don't you hide,
Can you sit here by my side,
Say you would, say you will,
Say that you feel what I feel,

Hear me out, hear my voice,
Tell me that I'm your first choice,
Won't you please, I beg now,
Won't you answer me somehow,

I just wish, I just hope,
You will never just say ‘No',
How can you? You're so far,
Here I am and there you are.

Submitted: Sunday, July 28, 2013
Edited: Monday, July 29, 2013
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...distance is everything...

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