SHAK ORLANDO

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sunset falls


i watched the sunset fall
i was alone, i had no where to go
i had just been told
these awful dreams they come alive from stone

i watched them talk for days
over how we cannot see the peace
begging on my knees
but for nothing he just stares at me

im left alone, no where to go
as sunset falls, im dreaming

he'll always lay beside to watch her sleeping
he'll stand there in the rain to see her smiling
she cant leave knowing that she'll always love him
days end, the sunset falls

i watched the sunrise die
i was so close to letting time go by
woke up from the lies
believing that you were no longer mine
silence fills the night
where am i and whats caught on my mind
as we turn back time
but for something he's still part of me

part of my dream, as i fall asleep
as sunset falls, im dreaming

i heard his heart beating
as he lay there all so close to me
thats when i believed
our sunset fall, our sun just rise up

Submitted: Saturday, August 01, 2009
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