Treasure Island

Kevin Pike

(3rd of september / Lister Hospital)

I'm Sorry


I'm sorry i wasn't there to catch your tears when you cried
I'm sorry i wasn't there when you felt scared
I'm sorry i wasn't there when you felt lonely and weak
I'm sorry i wasn't there to kiss your pain away
I'm sorry i wasn't there to comfort your heart
I'm sorry i wasn't there to hug away your fears
I'm sorry i wasn't there to open up your truest love
I'm sorry i wasn't there to feel close to your warmth
I'm sorry i wasn't there to bottle your nightmares
I'm sorry i wasn't there to help you live your dreams
I'm sorry i wasn't there to make you laugh
I'm sorry i wasn't there to make you feel wanted
I'm sorry i wasn't there.......

Submitted: Saturday, December 23, 2006
Edited: Tuesday, December 14, 2010

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