Deepak Hariharan

Rookie (29/12/1986 / Uttar Pradesh, India)

Baby, when you lie


Baby, when you lie,
Its just the thing that makes me cry
O, Baby, why do you lie?
When you know it makes me cry
You know it kills me, babe,
But then, its just bad fate
What do I do now?
When I know now?
Of your lies and deceit,
Of the treachery and the cheat
I loved you, my babe,
But it seems that was my bad fate
I trusted you like crazy, my baby,
But your lies have made me crazy
I don't know what to do,
And what not to do
You can walk away,
But my heart will stay
I will need to kill my heart,
The most frustrating part
Why does it still love you?
When it shouldn't be loving you?
I will now live like the unemotional stone,
And die like the unemotional stone
O, Baby, you changed me completely,
Coz, Baby, you killed me completely

Submitted: Saturday, June 11, 2011

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