Chetan Tehlan

Rookie (15-08-1995 / new delhi 73)

amigo


I was eternally there for ya
So i was now
For you my amigo, i may have done a 'wow'
But it’s not like the day same before
When you like talking to me way then anymore
I deemed i was someone other than random
Till i saw you making it seldom
I assume that’s my place
I myself make it face
That world runs on race
No respect all disgrace

I can’t say it was betrayal
Coz for that you need to loyal
For that sake of the soil
We boiled our sins
Lived wretched, face down chins

You may not wonder how and why
I slip out from your region high
With mind sucked up deep dry
Oh bye
I thought i was leaving you
So that you make out wide your crew
But damn, why it hurts
When my presence is being your curse
I hate it i gotta admit
Seeing you now aches very bit
Now i go
Far off your way
No need to listen, no need to say
Coz what i said was enough i think
Life may go on now or end up in a blink
All what i know was you
I was there for ya, i was there for you! ! ! ! !

Submitted: Friday, June 07, 2013
Edited: Thursday, August 01, 2013
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