Ramona Thompson


Eating Come - Poem by Ramona Thompson

Parody of Leona Lewis' number 1 hit song Bleeding Love

Heart closed off now forever to you
Don't need any more of the pain
The pain that you love to inflict
Once or twice was more then enough
Finding you in the arms of another lover
It was then that I knew
All my love for you was in vain
Time has passed
Still I can't move on
Your kisses
Once so hot
Now just leave me frozen
Oh girl you cut me open
And now I have to leave because you...

Keep eating keep keep eating
You keep eating
You keep eating come
Keep eating keep keep eating come
Leaving you now
Because you cut me open

Tried so hard not to hear, but those moans were so loud
Their piercing sounds filled me up
With just too much doubt about us
Yes I know
Yes baby I can see
Those tears that you got falling
I know you wish I was stayin'

But oh no girl I really can't
I just can't
Cos in this day and age of so many
STDs on the loose
Nothing scares me more
Then the risk that comes with your embrace
And in this world of your out of control horniness
Girl there's just no way anymore that you're gonna be seeing my face
Everyone around says for not leaving sooner
I must be
Oh I must be crazy
Maybe maybe

Keep eating keep keep eating
You keep eating
You keep eating come
Keep eating keep keep eating come
Leaving you now
Because you cut me open

And now you've drained all of me
So I'm packin' my bags to go
Walkin' out on you, ho
Through you may find it hard to believe
I won't be sharing your shame anymore for the world to see

Keep eating keep keep eating
You keep eating
You keep eating come
Keep eating keep keep eating come
Leaving you now
Because you cut me open

And you keep eating,
Keep keep eating
Keep eating, keep keep eating come
Keep eating, keep keep eating come
You cut me open girl
Cos you..
Keep eating, keep keep eating

2008 Ramona Thompson


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Poem Submitted: Friday, May 9, 2008



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