Treasure Island

Andrew Close

(10-02-1991 / Northern Ireland)

I`ll Just Cry


How amazing would life not be
if we were together, just you and me
the world would be brighter
people would be nicer
becasue they saw we were happy together

wed walk in the park
hold hands in the dark and count all the stars in the sky
wed lie on a beach
and feel the water on our feet
and know nothing could keep us apart

but its all a lie
this dreams gone by
its only a hope, flying high in the sky
mayb someday my dream will come true
but for now Ill just wait
Ill just hope
Ill just cry

Submitted: Thursday, November 20, 2008
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  • Fiona Davidson (11/20/2008 12:43:00 PM)

    Isn't it just the truth that love makes others feel good too...such a sad ending though...well written... (Report) Reply

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