Jasmine Thompson

Rookie - 0 Points (12-20-1993 / Alone forever)

Our Song (Song) - Poem by Jasmine Thompson

Its two o'clock in the morning
She's been up all night
Tryin' to clear her senses
Tryin' to figure out whats right

She's wonderin' why he's leavin'
Guessing at what she did wrong
But lookin' back at their memories
She remembers their song
(spoken)
And she sings

(Chorus)
Baby I won't leave you
No matter what you do
No matter how many tears you cry
I'll see the light in you

And baby when you get angry
What can I say
Cuz you look so darn cute
With that scrunched up face

And this will be our song
Til the end of time
Your heart is mine
Sayin'

Lalala
Lalala
Lalalal ala
Dodo do

Sittin' on her bed now
She puts his photo down
Trying so hard to forget
She starts to regret

She can't help but miss him
And his tender touch
She sure hopes he gets this
And remembers what he lost

(spoken)
And she thinks

(chorus)
Baby I won't leave you
No matter what you do
No matter how many tears you cry
I'll see the light in you

And baby when you get angry
What can I say
Cuz you look so darn cute
With that scrunched up face

And this will be our song
Til the end of time
Your heart is mine
Sayin'

Lalala
Lalala
Lalalal ala
Dodo do

(hushed but intense)
A few weeks later
İt's late at night
The place is lookin' like a ghost town
There's not a soul in sight

He puts the gun to her head
He pulls the trigger
Sayin' ı'll always love you
But it's guna be her

And then it hits him like a car
Runnning at top speed
As they fall
To their knees

(spoken)
And he says
(chorus)
Baby I won't leave you
No matter what you do
No matter how many tears you cry
I'll see the light in you

And baby when you get angry
What can I say
Cuz you look so darn cute
With that scrunched up face

And this will be our song
Til the end of time
Your heart is mine
Sayin'

Lalala
Lalala
Lalalal ala
Dodo do
(gunshot)


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, May 26, 2011

Poem Edited: Friday, May 27, 2011


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