Scooby Doo

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The Last Love Song - Poem by Scooby Doo

The Last Love Song...

Well I guess I'll never know,
Why every time I put this pen to paper,
Your name rushes through,
With everything you do...
In my mind.
In my mind.

In my mind you're still here,
With me every second still.
The more I dream the more real,
You become...
In my mind.
In my mind.

Well lets not start pointing fingers.
It doesn't matter who's guilty,
I think it's safe to say we both fucked up.
Yet these things go without saying,
Through the expressions that I make,
Through every song, through every breath;
I love you.
I still love you.

So I guess I'll write one last song,
For my baby girl who has gone,
Away from here,
Away from me.

I won't see you on the other side,
I've died too many times inside.
And I won't see my way out of here.
I've been trapped for far too long.
To tell you the truth,
Misery's starting to feel a lot like home.

So I'll write just one last song,
For you my dear,
The one I held near.

With paper and pen,
razor blade and blood.
I'll etch it in skin,
You might remember it then.
I still love you.
Yes, I still love you.

The N, is for never saying goodbye.
The I, for how many times I've fallen in love.
The K's are just for kicks, because I can't write for shit.
Another I for for the million times I've told you over and over,
I love you.

The clock,
Still ticking away.
How could someone live on,
Counting the days?

Comments about The Last Love Song by Scooby Doo

  • Heaven Ludy (6/28/2008 8:07:00 PM)

    okay...i looooove this song...poem wutevr...maybe its because i can relate but i understand wut u mean so maybe that why i love it but i think its adding it to my favorites (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, June 20, 2008

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