I don't want to smoke any more, It hurts my lungs and pains my head
Though it gives me the satisfaction like a sleeping pill softly putting me to bed
I don't want to drink any more, because it drowns my liver and knocks me to the floor
But It numbs the pain and lets me feel like I'm just laying on the shore
But most of all, I don't want to let you down
I don't won't to disappoint you and make you frown
When I use to be the one to take you to town
with my poker dot dresses holing your hands
Now both just holding cigarettes and wine.
I don't want to wait no more
For the love to crawl back in my life
Where you use to unravel ribbons around me, said I was a gift from the stars
And now you build a wall around me, and say I'm just an addict from mars
When will you love me again
Like a person who is simply numbing the pain!
This poem has not been translated into any other language yet.I would like to translate this poem