Treasure Island

naida supnet

(bayambang, pangasinan, philippines)

Fight Not


SAD are the songs when I am blue
Sad, very sad all around so true
And I walk with my downcast eyes
And the smile that I show can't disguise

SAD is the day when we fight and argue
It is a war we can't stop and can't undo
I am mad and you're mad, we can't say nice
So to hurt each other we say some lies

Sad, it is sad when the sky frowns so
Cause she feels what we feel, she's sad too
She will cry in a minute as I cry my sighs
It is when we fight, we become unwise

Hurting words, angry thoughts it's what we do
We shout, say our pains in every hue
But I'm hurt when you're hurt it's not a surprise
Cause you're sad and in pain when you see my eyes

Cease, stop, let us end this fight
I want to be happy, to be glad, to feel light
I know and you know we can't stand the sight
Of us fighting does not feel right.

Submitted: Wednesday, March 16, 2011
Edited: Saturday, May 07, 2011

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