RAHUL GUPTA

(16-07-1988 / Gonda)

Deep Down The Memory Lane


Deep down the memory lane
I still think of you
Though you may have forgotten me
Yet I think of you

I know there had been promises unkept
and many wishes unfulfilled
Yet deep down the memory lane
I still think of you

There had been lot of fightings
and lot of faults in me
They really have stiffled you
and made u cry to agony

I know it was my weakness
that made you go away
I was the only reason
that made ur love deplete

I have tried to hate u
I have tried to damn
Yet deep down the memory lane
I still think of you!

Submitted: Thursday, March 18, 2010
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