And Memories Won't Die
Memories in places
Things missed with replaces
Different people, different faces
Every body busy solving life cases
How to get money.. How to get more..
How to promote their career places
They forgot memories but memories won't die
they forgot what's life
giving the fact a high five
and in their own world dive
i'm wondering.. asking..
are they alive? ?
why are they alive if they don't let the pure air reach their lungs?
why are they alive if they don't give their friends real warm hugs?
if i live like those i'll be upset..sick, like eating bugs
if i answer about it without a lie
i'll say that you should all go and die
go leave a space for who from poverty cry
for every soul needs more time alive but they die
before seeing who they love and say goodbye
go away.. go die
even your attitude became dry..
on people hearts you dye..
have you forgot who you are because of your tie? ?
keep growing.. keep changing..
you forgot your memories but memories won't die
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