Breey Hayden

Rookie (Ugh.....CONFIDENTIAL* / Killeen, Texas)

Lyrics To A Broken Heart. - Poem by Breey Hayden

What goes through my mind.
Is something undefined.
Nothing ugly, sick, or sad,
Nothing that has to be that bad.
But you did something to me,
Something I cannot explain.
And I remember that cold hard day,
When you lied to me and walked away.
Sure, it hurt, I cried and cried
But then a thought crossed my mind.
If you’re so sweet, so nice, so kind
Than obviously I was blind.
I realized something as I stood,
Nothing that they ever could.
Your love was sick, it was wrong.
That’s why I’m writing this song.

I’m not a joke, I’m never yours.
I’ll stand so still while the rain pours.
Because of you I was ruined for life,
But I’m healing slowly…..
So leave me alone, and lets fight this war.
And I’ll let the rain pour.

Life was a blur while you stood by my side.
Sometimes at night I thought I died….without you.
But as you left,
Life became a deft.
You and me just wasn’t true.
And blood in my veins lit up and I knew,

I’m not a joke, I’m never yours.
I’ll stand so still while the rain pours.
Because of you I was ruined for life,
But I’m healing slowly…..
So leave me alone, and lets fight this war.
And I’ll let the rain pour.

So what I’ve made mistakes, but everyone can fix them.
At least I tried, and didn’t lie to everyone around me.
Maybe you could become like you where if you could only see.
But that would be a miracle.
So I hope you see,

I’m not a joke, I’m never yours.
I’ll stand so still while the rain pours.
Because of you I was ruined for life,
But I’m healing slowly…..
So leave me alone, and lets fight this war.
And I’ll let the rain pour over me.


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Poem Submitted: Friday, June 27, 2008



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