Pete Rivera

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Compare To - Poem by Pete Rivera

When the lights fade out
I hear people screaming
For all the times I thought
There was something to believe in

When the decibel point
Reaches thirty
Gave me a look
A look so dirty
Cuz when you were here
I could swear you
Had a beautiful face
No one else could compare to

All the lights dim out
As the play reaches its conclusions
And I think it's the wine
That sets in the illusion
Cuz no I thought
I could see clearly
But you're right here
My darling, dear, we..

When the lights fade out
I hear people screaming
For all the times I thought
There was something to believe in

And people say that God
Is something to swear to
This feeling I have
I cannot compare to

All the lights dim out
As the play reaches its conclusions
And I think it's the wine
That sets in the illusion
Cuz no I thought
I could see clearly
But you're right here
My darling, dear, we..

When the decibel point
Reaches thirty
Gave me a look
A look so dirty
Cuz when you were here
I could swear you
Had a beautiful face
No one else could compare to

Who could compare to you
When people think lies are truth
Who could swear to God
When they all know they haven't gone far

And all the lies
We choose to bare true
Cuz this love I have
Is nothing to compare to

When the decibel point
Reaches thirty
Gave me a look
A look so dirty
All this time I thought
Of something to believe in
Singing
Screaming

Cuz when you were here
I could swear you
Had a beautiful face
No one else could compare to

Who could compare to you
When people believe the lies are true
Who could swear to God
When no one here has come very far

Cuz when you were here
I could swear you
Had a beautiful face
None could compare to


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, October 13, 2011

Poem Edited: Friday, October 14, 2011


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