Treasure Island

Bolami lawal


Rescue me (a love song) !


Twice 'have hit this rock,
twice now, i have been bitten;
still, am sliding down this road;
falling even deeper,
in the same shallow spot.

You are the light
in my darkest night,
i chose you over everything else;
over the beatinging of my heart.
i thought i knew where
the boundary lies,
but with you my strength is frail;
with you my guards are always down.

Sweet darling please rescue me,
safe this heart from bleeding sore,
i feel like am losing blood,
like am running out of air;
can't take another leap this road,
it comes with so much awful spot
so much pain i need to shed;
sweet darling please rescue me,
i need your light
amid this dark!

Submitted: Thursday, February 21, 2013
Edited: Sunday, April 28, 2013
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