Victoria Gunn

Rookie (7/01/90 / Cleveland, OH)

Muzik


Go in my room
slam the door
put my headphones on
Ask my self what's everybody
arguing for
I can still
hear the noise
turn my headphones
up some more
Close my eyes n
bob my head 2 tha beat
Drown out the screams
Flood in my dreams
They get louder
My muzik gets louder
Feelin my bass
Jump
Feelin my heart
thump
got ot blastin so loud
my ears ring
but it's Holy
like when
the Angels sing
They come in
n seize the moment
I try 2 hold it
but it's no use
they takes my headphones away
they say I have 2 obey
gotta do things THIER way
So I say 'Yeah, Okay'
It's a lil game I play
2 make things go MY way
they take the headphones
n hide 'em
but all I do Is find 'em
In the end
the muzik wins
It's mine
can't be taken
unlike everything else
So I turn My muzik back on
n feel my soul clap
My tearz fall
My heart flutter
My body utter

Submitted: Saturday, June 24, 2006
Edited: Tuesday, August 10, 2010
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