Treasure Island

Treicey Nelson


unfinished


I’m unfinished with you
although im satisfied for now
Im still unfinished
cause im sure I could go another round
unfinished with you cause sex isn’t all I have to offer
not finished with you cause I don’t ever want our relationship to prosper
unfinished with you
and we’ve just begun
unfinished with you cause our lives are still young
unfinished on the phone
unfinished when were alone
unfinished cause when its time to go I don’t want to send u home
unfinished cause I just don’t want this happiness to end
unfinished cause I haven’t had a chance to begin
unfinished when u hold me
unfinished when u kiss me
unfinished cause if u had a chance u wouldn’t even hit me
unfinished cause you voice is so sexy and unique
unfinished cause our families haven’t had a chance to meet
unfinished cause I haven’t had a chance to love u
unfinished cause I haven’t had a chance to cater to u
unfinished cause we haven’t had a chance to grow old
unfinished cause our stories arnt old enough to be told

Submitted: Friday, March 18, 2005

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