Treasure Island

Alfredo Parra


The Unprecedented Loss Of A Smile


Fifteen Years Old
With A Bullet That's Unknown
If I Would Have Known
If Only Someone Would Have Told

That When We Would Return
He Would In Fact Not Be Back
Now All That Is Left
Is A Picture To Look At

Now Only God Will Judge Him
Only Smiles He Would Show
But Something Had To Bug Him
As If He Knew It Was Time To Go

So Pray For a Friend That We Have Lost
And For His Friends And Family, Who Truly Cared
And For All Those Who Are Curious
Please Read A Gangsters Prayer

Submitted: Saturday, November 14, 2009

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