gowthami sreedharanath

(1997 august 18 / India/Banglore)

Move on


Obsession, Love, Rejection, Heartbreak
i've been through it all
i've built up my strength so this time i won't fall
now i'm going to live my life right
listen to my heart and i'll be alright

These past few years haven't been so easy
they've crushed my soul and spirit
and broken me completely
now i'll let you stop taking all the blame
i've got to leave you alone
and suck up the pain

So now i'm leaving you behind
and moving away
But god promise me you'll be with me the whole way
because i can't take much more heartache

Forgive me for moving on
but i've been chained to you for too long
so now i'm going to break free
and try to live my life with joy and ease
I guess this means our fights can come to an end
so let's say our goodbyes
and try being friends.

Submitted: Monday, November 09, 2009

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  • Varanasi Ramabrahmam (11/9/2009 2:18:00 AM)

    Many experiences at such a tender age and the maturity dawned is blissful. All the best for the freedom to be enjoyed to your heart's content. (Report) Reply

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