Treasure Island

Marco Didden


Running Down The Lane


watching things going by in the rain
wasted years full of pain
Running down the lane

Running down the lane
sounds of birds make me cry
those tears remind me of your lie
Running down the lane

Running down the lane
Thoughts of you make me scream
screaming like a wild dog you never had seen
running down the lane

Running down the lane
its all you to blame
you hurt my heart so inshane
running down the lane

Running down the lane
you where my flame
but you just see me as a game
running down the lane

Running down the lane
dreams wasted away
you are the shadow of my shame
running down the lane

Running down the lane
this remind me of what you say
so sweet you where one day
running down the lane

Running down the lane
tears burn in my eyes, I crash down
break my neck, and dead was I.. what a shame
running down the lane

Running down the lane
you and your vain, cant see my pain
forever lost I will be
running down the lane

Running down the lane
and still on this day I hear the wispers
Off the girl, that lost her love inshane.. when she was
running down the lane

Submitted: Thursday, January 10, 2013
Edited: Saturday, January 12, 2013

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