Treasure Island

ESPN CHICK

(07-18-1989 / Arkansas)

Medicine Won't Kill It


Even though I smile
I still feel alone
And I still feel this pain

They say laughter is the best medicine
But I don't think it's true

Cause medicine only lasts for a while
And laughter is the same way
It comes and goes

But this pain it stays
Medicine won't kill it

Its to powerful
And its a different kind of pain
Pain that can not be healed by medicine

I fake the smiles and laughs
Almost each and everyday

No one knows it
They can't see it in my eyes
The tears thats waiting to fall

They don't see the pain hidden inside of me
The pain thats all balled up inside

Only I can feel it and know when the pains gone
Medicine won't kill it
For everyone should see that pain is just a part of me


(December 11,2007)

Submitted: Tuesday, December 11, 2007
Edited: Friday, April 29, 2011

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