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Nitya Pillai

Rookie (25th June 1981 / India...now living in Dubai)

So where's my silver lining?


I ofetn ly awake and wonder
while outside the stars are shining
well, on this earth someone sure loves me
and he's called my silver lining...

When i think of what he's like i see
his smile's mischivious, his eyes are loving
he's promised to love me all my life
and he's called my silver lining...

When i think of what his nature would be
so true are this thoughts & genuine each feeling
i sure hope he always stays that way
and he's called my silver lining...

When i think of what our relation feels life
he's my hero, he's protective & calls me his darling
he shares & cares, he understands my silence
and he's called my silver lining...

Well on this earth, someone sure loves me
and he's called my silver lining...
with dreams in my eyes, i'm waiting right now
so where's my silver living?

Submitted: Thursday, January 04, 2007
Edited: Friday, February 25, 2011

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  • Rookie - 10 Points Kunal Seth (1/4/2007 8:50:00 PM)

    its starry eyed but can be made into a song and couples can dance on this all night long. (Report) Reply

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