Kris Clark


Satellite Girl [lyrical Version] - Poem by Kris Clark

‘Don’t pretend, you’ll never get it

Don’t send, you will regret it

Tear it up, just forget it

Writing a letter with the stains of tears

Don’t act like it wasn’t worth it

Don’t try to change, you’ve got it all

Don’t misbehave, this is role call

Hey guy, what’s your name

You should of been asking him of he was a sane boy

Don’t act like you couldn’t use one of those

It’s all over now, won’t you grab the knife

Hang on tight, this is a bumpy ride

Tear down these walls of confusion

You’re getting out of your hellhole

So why aren’t you happy anymore

Don’t smile, these tears are your friends

Don’t sing, the melody’s now the enemy

Now look, you’ve gone and lost it all

You’re better off trying to crawl

Don’t dance, you’ll trip and fall

Don’t die on me, I still need you

Don’t cry, I won’t deceive you

I’m sorry for acting like such a coward

Fear has been my only collaborator

Don’t help me, I’m an ego supporter

Damn you and your sense of humor

Rip out all of these brain tumors

I’m so in love with you, with the mirror

I’m coming back to Earth

This satellite girl

...Is about to crash.’

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, September 6, 2005



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