Bryanna Knight


Tell Me


Tell me why your so lonely?
Why is your soul unhappy?
Madness is spreading like always...
but the sound of my heartbeat echoes a loud noise
The sound of jrock music vibrates my soul
You don't know the music that is why you are a fool
Tell me why your so lonely?
Why is your soul unhappy?
You, the artist...you were my crush
Every time I look at you I blush
But you don't care
That isn't fair
Tell me why your so lonely?
Why is your soul unhappy?
Tell me...
Please tell me...
Tell me why you never felt the way I felt for you?
I thought you like me too...
Why is your soul unhappy?
Tell me why your so lonely?

Submitted: Monday, January 06, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, January 07, 2014

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