Ayesha Sartawi

(21/dec/1989 / scotland)

I guess we had different plans


You told me it had to end now
you ignored explaining how

you told me nothing will be strange
but you were wrong
I told you everything will change
but i stayed strong

And i said:
i'll remember you when the sun sais goodbye
i'll remember you when the rain does cry
i'll remember you when i see them smile
becuase your what made my life worth every while

you told me it had to be done
you told me you'll think of me when your gone

I wished you a safe journey
though it hurts
then as my teary eye sight
slowly blurs

I said:
i'll remember you when the sun sais goodbye
i'll remember you when the rain does cry
i'll remember you when i see them smile
becuase your what made my life worth every while

time did not cross that fast
beautiful chances had passed

if i could just kiss your cheek once more
to let you know
without you in my heart my life my all
i can not go
And i'll say..............................

Submitted: Saturday, January 19, 2008

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