Treasure Island

Monica Reyes

(january 22nd of 1992 / mexico)

I Want You Back

why arent you here with me?

why cant you see that we're meant to be?

i need you so much cant you see?

that your prescense is the only key

that can let my heart stop to bleed

but i guess i got to wait

with all these tears running down my face

ill wait until things change

and deal with all this pain

but without you its not the same

im tired of playing this stupid game

why is it so hard to let you go?

what do i have to do to let you know?

with you not here time passes by so slow

many guys pass by

telling me lies

but you still happen to be on my mind

my freinds think you are nothing

but to me you are a blessing

to think of you

is all i can do

from the begginning of the day

until the sun sets away

to forget about you there is no way

no matter what other people have to say

maybe ill have patience to wait for you

but until then ill try to stay true for you

Submitted: Saturday, January 26, 2008
Edited: Thursday, October 08, 2009

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  • Greenwolfe 1962 (8/18/2008 6:11:00 PM)

    The writing is not the best , but the sentiment is genuine and full of hope for the
    lost love. This is a theme everyone can embrace, even though it may be hopeless.

    GW62 (Report) Reply

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