Silence Dogood

Rookie (1996 / Toronto)

I go to sleep with you in my mind only to dream of you


When words hold no meaning.
And you don't feel the same.
Am I smashed into pieces.
Do I lose lifes game?

In this pathetic world.
Do I play make believe.
Do I fool myself in thinking.
That you could love me?

And it's hear in my sorrow.
That I lay my head to rest.
Pray to forget you.
And the hole in my chest.

But you appear in my dreams.
And your always on my mind.
It's hard to forget you.
Stop, play, and rewind.

It was some mixed up confusion.
That I barely remember.
A dream I can't forget.
A snow white december.

But what has stayed in my heart.
Through this dreaming night.
Was that just like reality.
Nothing was right.

Because heres what I know.
Of this mysterious dream.
I still fell for your smile.
And you didn't love me.



'And you bent down to kiss me.
On my pure angels head.
But you ruined the moment.
With the words that you said'

'This doesn't mean I like you'

Submitted: Sunday, April 19, 2009

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