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Fareez Nasir

Rookie - 61 Points (2 April 1995 / Singapore)

Coming Back to You


The tears of love I cried
When it hurts so deep inside
My mind disturbed and never at ease
My soul continues in the search for peace

The hurt in love is different
May be a thousand times but never learnt
The mistakes seem to be something right
The pain in the heart is something to fight

The source of the pain is the place of happiness
Where we return to in times of sadness
So here I come, back to you
When you told me, 'This love is true'

2010

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

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When it's the one that loves you that hurts you, you have no where to go but return to him/her.

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