Not The Pilot

Now You See Her, Now See Her For What She's Worth

This is a time for lost causes
I can't change your mind
My chest is shattered into pieces
To an extreme of a different kind
This time i fall short of what you wanted
Just like every other time...
Your words are all undefined
But I'll find my way back one day because

I'll break free and
I'll be up and walking
While you're crawling
and trying to find out where you left off
The time has come for fessing up
The blames all on you
It takes two to make a murder scene babe
And I was only the victim to the death
of the broken heart that was our friendship

Running through this perfect nightmare
Ending only to where i started
Sleep this one off
It will be over soon
Saying i care is an understatement
It's ok to be upset
Because i'm upset too
We'll be just fine
We'll get through this someday because

I'll break free and
I'll be up and walking
While you're getting back up
and trying to find out where to start over again
The time has come for fessing up
The blames all on you
It takes two to make a murder scene babe
And I was only the victim to the death
of the broken heart that was our friendship

Get back up
Figure this out
This is where we make the U turn
And get back to where we started
You'll be there with me
When we realize this was all senseless
And I can let go because

I've broken free and
We're back to where we're meant to be
I haven't left your side
And your immaturity has gone to run and hide
Baby, your face never left my mind, It's what kept me going
You're what has brought me back to life

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, March 6, 2008
Poem Edited: Thursday, March 6, 2008

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