Fareez Nasir

(2 April 1995 / Singapore)

Back in the Days


Back in the days when I first met you
The days when everything was fine
Started when I had a crush on you
Turned out to be love and then you're mine

Back in the days when we never met
Exchange of messages drove us insane
The lovely messages that I would get
I save them and read them again and again

Back in the days when we were out for a movie
Can't wait for that very moment
Sitting in the theater, you and me
The way you talk is what I want to listen

Now I realize it's all in the past
I know it's never coming back in the future
My dreams were blown away like dusts
When you had to leave me here

2010

Submitted: Saturday, July 06, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, July 17, 2013

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