Treasure Island

Junior Sapien

(11/28/1996)

Where Are You Now


Where are you now
Somewhere in town
Not a cloud in this sky that surrounds

But tell me how is it over there
No matter what I do, I cannot prepare

Now one thing I just can’t see
Did you really have to give up your life for me

Now one thing I need to tell you
I wish your life would renew

I wish you didn’t leave me
Baby I want a guarantee
That no matter what, you’ll always see
Me in your life
Darling just wait for me
I promise that one day I will arrive

But baby don’t tell me
That I’m the one without the key

Why can’t I stop screaming your name
Ever since you left, it’s not the same
Where are you now
Somewhere in town
Not a cloud in this sky that surrounds

Submitted: Tuesday, April 02, 2013

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