Tears Do Fall (Bfmv-Tribute) Poem by Balint Nagy

Tears Do Fall (Bfmv-Tribute)



Have you ever really see me, through bloodshot eyes?
Should I fight for what is right, or should I just let it die?
Still I'm choking on your every pretty little lie
I'm trapped inside the house of alibis

But nevertheless, in the end
My heart burned inside my chest
I want to feel no more
Your breath against my neck
It would make no sense

You're aware of the consequences of our actions
So don't pray for forgiveness or redemption
You knew my name
You knew my shame

But tears do fall
And they can fill an ocean
Conscience calls
You are my obsession

Our hearts, our minds, we played this game a thousand times
I've gotten rid of the pitfalls of your gorgeous starry eyes
The vision of us has been faded
Our story is no longer complicated


You're aware of the consequences of our actions
So don't pray for forgiveness or redemption
You knew my name
You knew my shame

But tears do fall
And they can fill an ocean
Conscience calls
You are my obsession

You're the one who ran away
And found your way to stay away
However, if you'd ever break down in front of me
Girl, please don't forget that I am not your enemy

But tears do fall
And they can fill an ocean
Conscience calls
You are my obsession

Tuesday, January 29, 2019
Topic(s) of this poem: feelings,heartache,love,memories,self help,temptation
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Inspired by Bullet For My Valentine songs: The Last Fight, Her Voice Resides, Tears Don't Fall, Tears Don't Fall Part 2, and Your Betrayal.
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