Tony D.Shelton

(Mt. Airy, North Carolina)

And Don'T Never Leave... - Poem by Tony D.Shelton

Why can't I shake this fear inside, one day you're gonna leave,
stop listening to foolish pride, with true feelings never relieved.
a broken heart, a soft good bye, the tears upon my face,
nowhere to hide my thoughts of you, there isn't any place.
What started off as love's romance, has now ended up all broken,
whispers of the night, it felt so right, now despise is all that's spoken.
If only we could turn back the time and both start off brand new,
there's many things that we won't do, nothing to say, but I love you.
Why can't I shake this fear inside, one day you're gonna leave,
stop listening to foolish pride, true feelings are never relieved.
I think our love is worth mending, honey how about you?
Don't think our love is ending, cause in my heart it's true,
I really, really, love you, it's something we must do.
Come take me darling, hold me in your arms, just a little tighter,
we can't go on this way, our lives will be much...much brighter.
Our hearts can mend themselves, the love that we both knew together.
Why can't I shake this fear inside, one day you're gonna leave,
stop listening to our foolish pride, let our love conceive...
Let our love conceive, now honey we got to believe, let our love conceive.
Baby let your heart believe and don't never leave and don't never leave.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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