Jean Eugene Guan
It's Hard To Let You Go
I felt the pain,
When you went out my door.
It’s hard to face the fact,
That I can’t see you anymore.
I felt the world is crushing on me.
Feel that I can’t face it again.
Without you by my side,
To stop this rain.
I feel like dying,
Naked and cold, nowhere to hide
Please come home,
To fill my heart inside.
I know, it’s hard to let you go.
I can’t survive without you by my side.
I can’t breath, I can’t laugh, I can’t live.
You bring all the life that I live.
I know, it’s hard to understand.
But this is just to show,
That I still love you.
I hope you feel that way too.
Why did you have to go away?
Can’t understand the reason why,
I did all that I can to make you happy.
Yet things didn’t turn out right.
The amber is still burning,
It’s screaming out your name.
Yet it seems years have gone by.
The scenes still fresh in my mind.
Those times still vividly tame.
Yet it hurts to remember.
Now that you’re gone, life’s a lie.
But why did we came to this,
Why you had to say good-bye?
I can’t believe that it’s over.
I can’t believe that you’re gone.
I can’t relieve the pain.
I can’t face this world alone.
You are the reason,
For all that I do.
You are my life, my strength.
My will to live.
I would rather die,
Than to suffer at length.
Please be home again.
Please come home again.
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