Treasure Island

irisa salkic

(berlin, germany)

To Get Away


Can't stand the pressures
Tired of the lectures

I don't want to go through
With what I have to do

Feel so overwhelmed
So afraid to tell

What I'm going through is hell
Makes me want to cry

But I know I've got to try
Then again
Why should I care anymore
Why should I try

When I just want to fly
And sometimes

Even die
I'm just tired of this

Just want to go wherever
Don't want to come back

No never
Always feeling like the objection

Never really the exception
I just want to get away

Always feeling so astray
Want to get away from problems

Don't want to deal with this
Want to get away

But I know it won't happen
I know I have to stay

But no one will care anyhow
With what I have to say

Submitted: Monday, July 02, 2012
Edited: Monday, March 11, 2013

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