Autumn Winds

(July 22 1993 / Sanfrancisco, California)

Don't Speak


Don't speak
For one more lie will kill me
Why couldn't you have left me alone
Because
I'm on the ground and bleeding
Why couldn't you have let me die alone

Your painted pictures are on my wall
And don't think anymore
I can't breath anymore
Pointless kisses fill my mind
And don't think anymore
I can't breath anymore
Can you feel us falling?
The endless tales of a song

And don't speak
For one more word will kill me
Why couldn't you have let me be?
Because
I'm on the ground and bleeding
Why couldn't you have set me free?

Your painted words are on my wall
And don't think anymore
I can't see anymore
Pointless kisses fill my mind
And don't think anymore
I can't see anymore
Can you hear me calling?
The the endless words of a song

But don't speak
Don't speak
Because
Your words will kill me

Submitted: Thursday, February 07, 2013

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