Vaida Marea

(3/12/91)

Hey


Hey, hey you
If I could say all I wanted to say
I would tell you how much I hate it
When you take my breath away
I hate how you leave me speechless
And how we don’t talk for days
I want to say these things
But instead I just say hey
Hey, hey you
If we could just break down these walls
We could share the things that scare us
Instead of locking them in vaults
I wish you liked me the way I am
But you don’t seem to give a damn
Isn’t there anything else we can say?
Isn’t there anything else here but hey?

Submitted: Sunday, November 25, 2007
Edited: Tuesday, April 26, 2011
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  • Aaron Tate (2/20/2008 10:31:00 PM)

    This one catches my eye. To hide your shadows isn't a cowards way or a braves way, but just that of a cognicent. :) Fear is an illusion and love isn't a emotion. (Report) Reply

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