Treasure Island

David Hall

(September 20,1961 / Alabama, U.S.)

Waves


Waves crushing against the shore
Such a restful sound that I adore
Add a sunset and it’s so fantastic
Couples always find this so romantic

Waves; takes be back when I was young
Slashing around in the ocean was so much fun
As I got older, the beach still brought cheer
We partied very hard and drank lots of beer

I still feel the waves and I love to swim
But now it’s different since you’re with him
I’m drowning in these waves; these waves of fear
Waves crushing my heart; these waves of tears

Submitted: Sunday, September 24, 2006
Edited: Saturday, September 18, 2010
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