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Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Accept My Demands

Rating: 2.7
These months were a battle
Of love and my pride,
Pride chose to surrender,
But I didn't mind.
I sang my own ballad
Along to your chords,
You failed as my shield,
I kept being your sword.
You asked for the world -
I could give you much more.
True life was somewhere
Behind the locked door.
Through all your nightmares
I kept holding your hand.
I drained my own sea
For your castle of sand.

Love made me its slave -
It's my porcelain strength.
Now beg for forgiveness,
Accept my demands!

You're charming, unique,
And your look is brand-new.
Your face in the mirror
Is one love for you.
One slut cost you more
Than the tears I shed,
And seeing you two
Made me feel just regret.
Now beg for forgiveness,
Feel guilty and pray!
Remember those months
And the last summer day.
I tried to be perfect,
I was at my best,
You turned all my life
To a terrible mess!

Love made me its slave -
It's my porcelain strength.
Now beg for forgiveness,
Accept my demands!

Accept my demands!
April Avalon
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