I cry now, because I feel things I broke the numbness and now I feel the pain; The joy, the rush, the love, and you. God damn lover, I love you too.
The way you wore poetry on your lips, My words tinted red A swig of whiskey, And your black dress To go with your red lips, and you
Come into my arms, Lets dance under the moonlight Like a romance novel, a cliché song Touch your cheek with mine, Jazz and rosé, wine and dine Like a romance novel, a cliché song And sleep under the stars. Oh baby,
You are my muse, With some coffee and booze Let us stare at the sun and figure out shit; And kiss me on my lips When the stars are no more lit And I will scream out in your ears, God damn lover, I love you too.
Dance with me under the moonlight. Sing to me a beautiful song. Let’s pretend we’re not just friends. Dance with me all night long.
A tale thus began, when your eyes found mine A journey, two weary travellers, and one destination But the invisible strings that tied you to me, Lied to you, and me and us.
Every day she waited, for him to turnback; Search. Those eyes that once craved hers, now wander elsewhere Her heart cries and sobs to be embraced, Her shadow felt lonely. So did her loneliness.
But she stopped not. Her hands around the spark, She held on to her hope, her love, their strings. The dried rose between the pages of the tragic lovers, She held on and fought; Juliet would be proud.
Fear gripped her with every breath for she Flirted with hope. But she is a fighter, and more a lover Falling for him she regrets not; the breeze of the distance Felt cold against their love’s skin. Yet, this too shall pass.
But I’m a fire and I’ll keep your brittle heart warm If your cascade ocean wave blues come All these people think love’s for show But I would die for you in secret