CrushedHopes

(August 1994 / Singapore)

WhatToDo, AboutYou.


I'm gonna give it up,
now.
I'm trying to give it up,
but how?

My dear,
The thought of losing you,
makes me fear.
My dear,
I hate myself for loving you,
yet its makes me tear.


I don't dare to tell you how I feel,
for you, for you.
Cos theres more out there,
waiting to love you.


And who am I to
compete with them.
When they match with you
like bread and jam.


So tell me,
what should I do.
should I,
cling on or let it go.


I'm gonna give it up,
now.
I'm trying to give it up,
but how?

Submitted: Sunday, March 01, 2009
Edited: Wednesday, April 15, 2009

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