Treasure Island

E.M McCarry


Don't Feel the Pain


You don't see the hurt,
the anger I've been feeling.
I just want to leave it on the curb,
don't bring it to my home.
I wanna feel love again
to burn away the ice that grips my heart.

So leave that pain and anger, throw it away
and let's enjoy a brand new day.

See, and believe, oh don't you see
you bring it all back to me
Don't you see? I wanted to be the girl you been
waiting for
But you can't seem to resist
If I run away tonight, will you come back for me?
Will you ever bring me back
Away from the anger, the sorrow
You planted here.

Submitted: Wednesday, February 29, 2012
Edited: Tuesday, May 29, 2012

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I wrote this when I was in 5th grade. I wrote a ton of horrible songs and this was one of them.

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