aliyah aliyah

(22/3/1989 / muscat)

I Was in the Top of the World


Strange this world we are living
It's so strange
In a moment you feel like you are in the top of the world
Living the prefect life
With the prefect family and having the perfect friends
Every thing is going right
Nothing is wrong
Smile's and laugh's is all I can hear
And happiness is all I know
I can't even ask for more

In another second I feel like am in the bottom of the world
Every thing goes wrong
Nothing seems right
I ask my self what went wrong
I tell people' I was in the top of the world; I swear I was in the top of the world'
But no one can believes that lie :)

Submitted: Sunday, April 15, 2007
Edited: Monday, February 14, 2011

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