Sumeet Mukherjee


I Wanna Be Born Again


Reminding me of my duties and obligations
Life is filled with these rules and regulations
Tracking my every step, tracing my every move
I can’t bear with these limitations
I wanna break free, I wanna live again
I want a new life, I wanna be born again.

Born again in a world
Where I can meet the love of my life
Where questions need not be answered
And my love becomes my wife
I wish a quick end to all this, with an all new start
I want this pain to end from the core of my heart
I wanna end this dream, I wanna live again
I want a new sunshine, I wanna be born again

I know she means everything to me
For no fault of mine, I feel so torn apart
I know we have an unspoken bond
Then why do I need to restrict my heart
I want to see into her eyes all throughout the day
I wish I could find my love in some other way
I wanna hold her hand, I wanna live again
I want the dreams to come true, I wanna be born again.

Submitted: Tuesday, July 23, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, July 23, 2013
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