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Madison Parnell

Rookie (04/20/96 / Alabama)

Fly


you dont know if this could work
but you still wont tell me goodbye
you're always a friend and never a jerk
but i need to be set free so i can fly

i need to fly far away from here
to get away for a while and let my head rest
just until things get a little more clear
or else ill become obsessed

you say you dont want me hurt
but im drowning here in my tears
because everytime i turn around im getting burnt
everytime i think of any of my fears

so let me fly instead of keeping me on chains
i dont wanna be protected i just wanna live
always and forever will our memories run in my veins
and until you decided never again will my heart i give

even if you dont tell me everything i find out any way
break my heart right now instead of doing it all on one day
because your letting my heartache linger on
and i dont want you to see me sad but you wont fall for any fake smile i put on

so let go of my hand i can fly on my own
im not a baby i can do this myself i know
dont hold me back but dont let me walk alone
just stay by my side and tell me where to go

i dont want to be sad all the time i know
but id rather you tell me the good and bad news
and have me in your arms and watch my tears flow
just as long as its you i dont lose

dont think about all the stupid things ive done
dont worry how hard i will cry
dont realize how i miss you a ton
just let me fly

Submitted: Thursday, May 27, 2010

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