Treasure Island

Kelli D. Williams

(11/22/1992)

Walking In The Rain


I'm walking in the rain
So no one can see the tears
Falling down my face

I'm walking in the rain
Trying to lose my way
So I can't find a trace

I'm walking in the rain
I'm leaving
Going far from this place

I'm walking in the rain
Trying to wash away this pain
And all the bad memories
That dwell on this lane

I'm walking in the rain
Hoping to forget
The stupid guy
That didn't care about me
Not one little bit

I'm walking in the rain
Hoping to heal my soul
So maybe one day
I'll once again be whole!

Submitted: Friday, December 03, 2010

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