Treasure Island

Jessie Li here


Secrets


You know of them
The dark parts echoing through your mind
Black moments and words
The evil thatis trying to break out
Break out from the farthest reaches
The far back of your mind
Break out of your concealed lips
The whole world wants to know
The truth
Gossip
Are you going to tell?
Let the world fall
Let the world know
Let the chaos rule
Will you tear the world down
Rip it sown with your words
Will you laugh or cry...
When the world slowly dies
What would you think
What would you say
If someone let out all the secrets
If the world were to die today
Our whole world is based on the hidden
The hidden world inside
Some reveal these slowly
Some hold these dark parts 'till death
Living a life of lies
That's all that these special dark things are
Secret that remain heddne
Hidden treasures become lies
Chain of Events
Secrets become lies
Lies in the unknown depths
In our minds

Submitted: Monday, November 20, 2006
Edited: Wednesday, November 24, 2010
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