Treasure Island

tionna estrada


High and mighty


open up

dont u hide

lifes screwed up

atleast in my eyes

everyones breaking

everyone takings

its ok

i love this world

i love the people

i can feel them

i can see through them

they may

lie steal and cheat

they may

murder hate and take

but wur just people

nothing to care abt

we can survive

just u and i

we r people

but wur one of a kinda

we dont expect

anything

we dont give

hate

we still love u people

but helping u is too late

ima protector

ima fighter

u r my special

u r my fire

you and me

we got a thing

in this world

we can dominate

we can scratch our way to the top

we will lose

but we will never give up

keep clawing hunny

those people r never gonna stop

u r a star

and i am the sky

i will always protect u

even if u lose ur shine

ur mine

now lets high

so we can fly

we can dominate.

Submitted: Sunday, March 18, 2012

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