Brittany Bell

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Falling in the deep end


My head is spiraling out of control
its a jumbled mess
i dont know what to do, or say to you

I'm feeling myself fall, im trying to hold on
hold on to anything that i can grab on to
Dont let me go, dont let me fall

Its too late, too late to stop myself
from falling, falling deeply for you
i'm afraid, afraid of this feeling i feel for you

how can i stop this? how can i not fall?
u didnt object, u didnt stop me from falling
Why? why didnt you stop me, u are better off without me
Hindering ur every step, i feel like a burden in ur life

Why didnt u stop me? stop me from falling for you
Why do i feel this for you? i closed my heart
but i couldnt for you, u already made a dent in my heart
already took a hold of it before i knew what was happening

You didnt stop me from falling, so i think its okay
to say that im in love with you, i think its okay to fall
but im afraid, afraid of being hurt again, why didnt u stop me?
Why? do you feel the same? or is it just one sided feelings

thats what im afraid of, that its just me in this
but the signs i get from you are positive
but i just dont know? i dont know if its safe to fall for u
but its too late, too late to stop myself for im already in the deep end

With my love for you, so i guess i gotta take that chance
i guess i gotta dive in and hope for the best
i just hope it wasnt a mistake, to allow myself to fall for u

Submitted: Wednesday, April 15, 2009

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