poetS pan


There's Something I Wanna Tell You


There's something I wanna tell you,
But it make me wanna tell you a story.
There's something I wanna tell you,
But it makes me wanna tell you a story.

Everytime I see you something tells me to say i'm sorry,
but in my mind i find no reason what to be sorry for
maybe its because iv been running 4 so long away from u with the story
but i guess there's nothing to hide anymore

feelings are swimming in my veins letting me wanna sing'
sing a love song that my heart is about to bring
love is fighting with my douts in my mind wring
i just pray to find your loving wing

Ive never been like this in my life
findding myself standing like a fish eagle wait to see a fish so it can dive
drawing love signs and symbols with my pensil lid sharper than a nife
maybe this is what ive been looking for, for my whole life
id love to make u my wife

sometime i catch myself thinking about you
even though sometimes i think chances of being with you are few
I end up not knowing what to do
I just hope and beleave that you can be my boo
Please say you love me too....

Submitted: Wednesday, February 27, 2013

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