Rowving Smith


Sunset on Sunset


Sunset to our sunsets I never thought
For all day long the moments I longed
You you you why did you go
You you you what should I do

Wanna close the curtains
Wanna close the doors
Wanna bring the darkness
Before the sunset starts

How to stop my heart
Thumping up the beat
Waiting for the hands
Waiting for the hands

No no no no no
Cant close my eyes
Cos I feel the lips
All those evening pecks

You you you why did you go
You you you what should I do
Sunset to our sunsets I never thought
For all day long the moments I longed

Yellow yellow then red
Nah nah nah
Red is green for me
Oh how can I play

Waiting waiting for you
Come and start the game
Oh how long to wait
Oh how long to wait

Wish it is dark
Dark and dark forever
Where sun never shows
So it never sets

Sunset to our sunsets I never thought
For all day long the moments I longed
You you you why did you go
You you you what should I do

Submitted: Tuesday, March 25, 2008

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