Treasure Island

Teasia Ruffin


Lost In You


I always knew that you'd
Come back to get me
And you always knew that
It wouldn't be easy
To go back to the start
To see where it all began
Or end up at the bottom
To watch how it all ends
You tried to lie and say
I was everything
I remember when I said
I'm nothing without you

Somehow I found
A way to get lost in you
Let me inside
Let me get close to you
Change your mind
I'll get lost
If you want me to

You always thought that
I left myself open
But you didn't know
I was already broken
I told myself that
It wouldn't be so bad
Pulling away you took
Everything that I had

The pain of it all
The rise and the fall
I see it all in you
Now everyday.......
I find myself sayin'
I want to get lost in you
I'm nothing without you

Submitted: Tuesday, April 09, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, October 09, 2013

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