Brianna King


No Matter What


As I walk the streets,
Watching my feet,
I fight to make it through another day,
I don't care what people have to say,
I know I'm alone,
Yes I'm alone.

And no matter what,
I will keep the door shut,
From all the people around me,
I don't need there sympathy.

Days go by with out your face,
You left no trace,
I know I will find you,
I don't need help,
I'm okay alone.

And no matter what,
I will keep the door shut,
From all the people around me,
I don't need there sympathy.

Will you ever come back?
Without you, I lack
The heart to make it through another day,
I miss your eyes of baby blue,
Will you give me a clue?
To where you are tonight,
I'm all alone.

And no matter what,
I will keep the door shut,
From all the people around me,
I don't need there sympathy.

And no matter what,
I will keep the door shut,
From all the people around me,
I don't need there sympathy.

Submitted: Tuesday, February 12, 2008

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