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Mark Heathcote

Freshman - 2,076 Points (22/03/66 / Manchester)

I miss your flesh


Like a ghost, ooh…
I miss your flesh
Oh, I’m haunted…
Once I felt, invincible
But, now I’m incredibly, shaky.

Like a ghost, ooh…
I am missing your flesh…
And all the secrets
They possess…
But, now I’m feeling incredibly, lucky.

To say, I loved you once!
Bang, bang, bang right through my heart
Remembering how you broke my heart.
Miss placed forgiveness…
Questions, every moment…
When, did it all start?

Like a ghost, ooh…
I miss your flesh
Oh, I’m haunted…
Like a ghost, ooh…
I want to feel you’re bones
Press…

Oh, I’m haunted…
Once I felt, invincible
But, now I’m incredibly, shaky.
Unable to eat: no longer able to digest.
All the love you ever left me…

Submitted: Tuesday, October 01, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, October 02, 2013

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