Treasure Island

matt dahan


when everything goes wrong


When everything goes wrong, I’ll be the one to save you but when the world is gone ill be the one to blame you.

When even your best friend doesn’t have an answer, who do you look to when your problems keep coming back?

Now that your gone I got no1 left to look to why’d u have to leave so soon? You left with no reason and tried to come back, I loved but don’t love, I felt but don’t feel I cried but don’t cry, to be honest you killed me but now its over and I’ve never felt better.

When the lights go out I go to sleep but all I can think about is you, I try and keep you off my mind but you keep coming back, but maybe I wish I was blind.

When my world spins, you’re the only one I see but I cant help smiling cause you’re the only one I need.

Submitted: Tuesday, July 08, 2008

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