Arathy Nair

Rookie (15/01/1992 / Kerala)

Nothing Else Matters By Metallica

Every word you said to me....was it all a lie..?
Didn't I listen, didnt I believe that you trusted me...
Nothing else mattered to alone and nothing else..
Never cared for what they say....never cared for what lay beneath the veil...
Because you sang... Forever trust in who u are..
And nothing else matters..
I did what you said...and i trusted you for who you are..
I never opened myself this way.. to anyone else...
Trust I seek and find in you, every day for something new..
How close was I to you...Never thought it would fall apart..
Never cared for what they knew...never cared for what they do..
But I knew...
Opened my eyes and saw a different you...And I found myself somewhere else..
Everything you said..Everything you did.. Trust I sought... care I felt...
Everything falling apart....
Back then you sang...
So close no matter how far...
Couldn't be much more from the heart..
Forever trust in who you are...
And nothing else matters...

Submitted: Wednesday, September 05, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, September 05, 2012

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