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Goodbye Lullaby


With our heart in a fierce beat,
We'll dance together on the empty street.
With your shallow breathing against my head,
We'll sway along to words unsaid.
When you look in my eye,
I know, it's time to say goodbye,

But will you grant me one last wish?
To Hold me in your arms,
And  Sing me a sweet lullaby,
To let me drown in your melodic voice for one last time,
And Let me dream of a place where you are mine.

To let the tune wash away my pain,
For I want to relive that moment once again,
When you and I first met each other
And to prove to myself, that there can be no another,
Who could ever take your place.
And our moments spent together,  
I'd do anything to retrace.

Submitted: Wednesday, August 01, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, August 01, 2012

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