Lore Me34

(March 10,1967 / Chicago, IL. USA)

Louder Than Words


I have heard you say the words many times,
but your actions tells me your words are just a lie;
because actions speak louder than words.

If you love me why don’t you hug me?
If you love me why don’t I ever remember a kiss from you?
You say you love but actions speak louder than words.

If you love me like you say you do
why when I need a shoulder to cry on you just shrug?
And when I need a cheering section your voice is silent?
You say you love but actions speak louder than words.

To love someone does not me to say it in a card
on a birthday, Christmas or Graduation day.
To truly love some one you show them with
a hug, a kiss or a call just to say hi.
Mom, you say you love then you need to show me;
because actions speak louder than words

Submitted: Sunday, May 13, 2007
Edited: Friday, February 25, 2011
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