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rivaldi Prasetyo


Talk 'Bout the Sunshine


Talk 'bout sunshine...
I am Waiting Overly midnight to keep light's of my only alive
and how the dark
keep my eyes wide shut

talk 'bout sunshine...
It's gonna strums The ever bloom of my heart,
strings upon your line.
and nothing can wind it out

talk 'bout sunshine...
The light softly wrapping between the breach n m0ving in into the house i built...
gives some picture i always dreaming on

Talk 'bout sunshine...
It's the dawn i'll get my page finished..
the script with no words,
but filled by emotional wave that could storming none soul but us

talk 'bout sunshine...
i'll spare the all of my nights to keep u save from harm..
n pray for the sun to strangely rise

talk 'bout sunshine...
Is talk 'bout my only one to concern..
my beauty of the most..
my heaven and my hell..
my diam0nd n my sins..

Talk 'bout sunshine...
Guess it still my half way,
coz the moonlight's still dancing around mystically
and keep you shaped as silhouette..

and all of a sudden, i found my self l0st into the misty n rainy days of night

Submitted: Sunday, November 21, 2010

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