Lola Romero

Time To Rest My Soul

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I can not wait to go to sleep
In my silent slumber I lay safe
And in my dreams I do not weep
I can not wait to go to sleep

I can not wait to go to bed
On the soft pillow I shall rest my head
All troubles will melt away
To disappear for another day
I can not wait to go to bed

Ten more minutes till I rest my soul
Under the stars that gleam like gold
Under the sky
Deep black like coal
Ten more minutes till I rest my soul

In my dreams I see you there
Together we stand
So happy we are
Not a worry, not a care
If only real life could be so fair

In my dreams I lay with you
Under clouds so white
And a sky so blue
In a field of green
Your kind to me tonight
Instead of being cruel and mean

You have no idea
How much I wish this was life
You have no idea
That watching you
Is like being cut with a knife
Right to the heart
Where I sit and bleed
But it doesn’t matter
It’s what I need

Almost time to go to sleep
Almost time to disappear
Almost time to go to sleep
Time to run away from fear

Submitted: Monday, October 06, 2008

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