Treasure Island

Laura Clayton


Love Like I've Never Known


I couldn’t survive if we ever did part
But a small part of me wants to break your heart
The only love I’ve ever known is the kind that falls through
I guess I just want to end things before you do

Now that you are here I couldn’t imagine being alone
But being alone is all that I’ve ever known
I sometimes want to get back to the way I was before
Back when I had nothing to live for
It may have been hell but I knew what to expect
Now with so many things changing I just have to guess

But you keep me on the straight and narrow
And I’m glad that cupid shot us with an arrow
We have a love better than any I’ve ever known
So maybe it’s best living life unknown

Submitted: Sunday, October 27, 2013
Edited: Monday, October 28, 2013

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