Treasure Island

omotola hannah

(Nigeria)

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ALL TO HIM


That's d song in my mouth right now
I cry silently
I cry hopelessly
I see no love again

The Sky ain't blue no more
The clouds are so black
The night became sunny
The moon brightly sparkles.. just like a twinkling stars

Should I wait
Should I let go


It first seems he is meant to be
On the same road we passed
On the same street we kissed
Greater gift we got

Still all to myself
Just like an empty room
With an attractive interior
But whose there anyway

Should I still wait
Should I just let Go

Lies upon lies
Wounded hearts
Bruises of d pasts
Memories of now

All still so fresh
Never wanna be here, yet I always find my way here
Why not I give all to him
I mean all to him

Should I keep waiting
Or I keep wasting

I will rather give all to Him
He could do it
He's d maker of it
It exist in him

He could make it work
He has answers.
All to him: :
To d love of my soul

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