Lubna Hazeem

Rookie (13/12/1994 / Manama, Bahrain)

Not A Loser


Incomplete, unfinished, undone
Questions without answers at once
Your mouth's talking but your mind's numb
I've been running and running on for so long

But what have i gained?
Because im still the same
I keep doing it over again
Would i ever learn my lesson?

Would i ever choose the right path?
Would i ever do so when i go back?
And all the things i lack, things i lack
Are the things i would've kept if i had

And all i lack is your touch
Now all i lack is your love
My life is mere ash and dust

And there's nothing holding me back
Nothing telling me i shouldn't say that
Oh, you were all i had, all i ever had
You are all i see laid in my path

Now im not a loser
And im not scared
Only losers are afraid of losing
Only losers have nothing to bare

Oh, im not a loser
Im fully prepared
Only losers are afraid of losing
Only losers have nothing to share

Never say goodbye
Unless you mean for life
And believe me, I've tried
But it didn't come out right

And im not a loser to stand
Im not a loser for who i am
While money's in the hands of a happy man
You've got love sealed in your blessed hands

Submitted: Wednesday, February 10, 2010
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  • Rookie Joseph Poewhit (2/10/2010 7:33:00 AM)

    Winners come in all sizes, as well as loosers. Like the steps of a ladder. Higher up greater the fall. (Report) Reply

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