maria sudibyo

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Lonesome Song


When you alone and you long me
When no one’s able to hear you
Just breathe of the air and call out my name
I’ll be in the wind that blows around you

When there’s crowd and you long me
When every faces cheering you
Just close your eyes and call out my name
I’ll be in the quiet corner smile to you

When you’re stuck and you long me
When world becomes stranger to you
Just shout loud and call out my name
I’ll be in the door to welcome you

When you’re down and you long me
When all fingers point to you
Just throw sorrow’s wine and call out my name
I’ll be in the hand to help raise you

When rain’s hard and you long me
When you lost in the dark road
Just clear your tears and call out my name
I’ll be in the front always wait you

When time’s cold and you long me
When one by one love’s leaving you
Just listen your heart beats and call out my name
I’ll be in memories that live in you

Submitted: Monday, June 29, 2009
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