Treasure Island

Emmanuel Arunee Mwanza


Only If I Was A Song


Only if I was a song
I am sure I will have been written with lovely relics
The writer should have wanted me to reach out to you
For the lovely relics deserve to be sung to a special one

Only if I was a song
My wish would be that you play me on repeat
I know the writer's thoughts were to make you feel sweet
The song should have taken you to a small love world

Only if I was a song
My prayer would be that you don't find me boring
I am sure the writer would fit in the charm
Maybe that way you would know that i find you charming

Only if I was a song
I am pretty sure that my first line will be your name
My last line would be that I will love you till I breathe my last
and the music video will have your face

Only if I was a song.................

Submitted: Thursday, October 10, 2013
Edited: Friday, October 11, 2013
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