foufa la perle


Take Care


You miss that little dreamer,
That girl with her innocent life thoughts,
Don't you?

You'd drive home back,
And make time erase your mistake,
But.. can you?

You don't even know me,
But you hate me for being myself..
How cute!

I'd give you a second chance,
But you live with two faces,
And I'd never dare to choose!

[Chorus]
Oh, darling.. my love is not for sell,
And my story's not a secret to tell..
I'd sleep lonely in an empty room,
Than losing myself... with you.

-Oh, babe... Take care!

You got so much closer,
That's why you felt hurt.. at the end.

You decided to leave,
And built walls around you.. and you never let me in.

Things changed too fast,
But it's not my price to pay.

It's not my fault that I wished,
Wished for a moment to feel okay.

[Repeat Chorus]

-Oh, babe... Take care!

You knew that I can't resist under the stress,
Under your dark hidden eyes.

And I knew that you'll do something that bad,
But I needed some time to realize.

You know that we'll both die, someday..
And you'll be just a nightmare to memorise.

Yeah, I loved you once..
But, I'm smarter than believing in your lies!

[Repeat Chorus]

-Oh, babe... goodbye and take care!
Oh, babe... Take care!

Submitted: Saturday, July 20, 2013
Edited: Monday, July 22, 2013

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