Zolani Nkomo

Rookie (15/06/1995 / Johannesburg, South Africa)

Vacant


I Have A Feeling In The Height Of My Morning Wake,
I'll Take a Trip To My Mourning Place
That Once Occupied Space
Is Once Again Vacant
Let's Take A Moment
I Probably See Her Point
My Heart Is Saying No
Is There Truly Reason For Holding On
Anymore
So Sad That I Can't Be Sure






She Wants To End It?
Then Play It Off Say We Could Still Be Friendly
This Time I Swear I Did Nothing Wrong
What You Gonna Do?
Write a Song
Tell It All!
This Thing Is Getting Old
Turning Cold
Rumours Unfold and She Was Getting Tired Of Hearing Lies Once Told
In The Back Of My Mind I Should've Known
Always Messing Things Up, I'm Not Even Safe On My Own!


Exit With Regard
This Did Take Us Pretty Far
Now Look Where We Are



I Don't Really Wanna Think About You Now
And It's So Crazy Because You're The Only Thing On My Mind
Peace Is Hard To Find
Find a Piece Of Peace In My Heart

Submitted: Sunday, April 21, 2013
Edited: Friday, September 27, 2013

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