Treasure Island

Rowving Smith


On The Other Side of The Mirror


Girl the girl on the other side
On the other side of the mirror
I can always become you
No you will never be me
Never ever be me

Yes only you can hide behind
On the other side of the mirror
And you will never be around
When I am not here
You could never smile if I frown
Your eyes wont dance
When mine are wet
You could never hide
Never hide from me
But only you can hide behind
On the other side of the mirror

Girl the girl on the other side
On the other side of the mirror
I can always become you
No you will never be me
Never ever be me

[This is 81 and it is for you Dilzz, the girl on the other side of the mirror]

Submitted: Tuesday, March 25, 2008

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