Treasure Island

Christina Phan

(May,2,1992)

Be Happy Again


I wish I know will I ever
Be happy again
Will I ever learn that I need to let you go?
If I love you and if it meant to be
You will come back
I feel lost in this world
Have no clue what to do or say
I just want to smile and
Be happy again
I can't tell at all because of you
I will never be the way I used to be again
I'm falling to pieces
Right now I need to get back together
Will I ever stop crying over you?
Will I ever stop saying your name?
There are still questions I need to be answered
I just want to
Be happy again
I hate the way I living
I keep blame for things I do wrong and not realized it
I need to face reality
I will found someone sweet and not back out of it
I know there is someone who will treat me right
Will I ever
Be happy again?

Submitted: Tuesday, November 03, 2009
Edited: Wednesday, May 09, 2012

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