Raouf Reda

Rookie (03/07/1983 / Egypt)

The sweetest pain of December


Here came’s December with all the sweetest pain.
Bringing me all the memories, in my mind, it’s like a stain.
My heart is in real pain but, now who can I blame.
To live to die to wait it seems that it’s all the same
Lord have Mercy, Erase all the memories that came
Came suddenly with the winds of December while I am in Spain
It’s you who I am trying to hide from it’s you my great Sin

Do you remember when you defeat me with your charm
Stole my heart, killed my soul. Caused all the Harm
then you left me lonely in December’s storm
since that I didn’t feel safe, I didn’t feel warm

December brought you to live, brought you to birth
How can a Devil born at the same month as Christ
you will live & die cursed by my innocent heart
And for me I will try hard to find a new start

Sweet December you made me cry & cry
I wished that you will bring me happiness like July
Dear December would you end & make my tears dry?
Would you let me kiss my pain Goodbye?

Submitted: Thursday, October 09, 2008
Edited: Thursday, October 09, 2008
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