maria sudibyo

(280883 / parist van java)

Lie To Me


Lie to me
If it could be easy
For both of us
Pure lie to me
Your kindness
Your gentleness
It will be easy
If all you intention
Is only to lie to me
To play me
To deceive me
So lie to me
Your words
Your touch
It will be so easy
When you finally
Drop your mask
I could turn easily
This love to hate
This longing to anger
Just lie to me
Don’t bother to resist
Don’t bother to hesitant
I will take the fall
I welcome the pain
Of my broken heart
Lie to me
So I shouldn’t be confused
About your smile
About your warmth
That I desperately need
And now it sipping
Through my mind
Through my body
And I can’t control my feeling anymore
So give your best game
Give your best manipulating
I don’t even really care
If only you just lie to me

Submitted: Monday, October 03, 2011
Edited: Monday, October 03, 2011

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