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Moonlight Nights

Poetry By: American Roulette
Poetry


Tags: Music, Poetry


This is lyrics to a song I wrote. I would like to hear peoples opinions on it.


Submitted:Aug 29, 2011    Reads: 20    Comments: 2    Likes: 2   


It was a moonlight night,
you sat on the curb,
I stood by as you cried,
all of the weight on my shoulders,
like 10 ton boulders,
I've molded my heart into a knife

It started in the backseat of a car,
a voice inside says i've gone to far,
and my luck glistened like the furthest star,
that night.

I patiently looked for a way out,
or for a car to come about,
but the streets we're empty like my soul,
you sat and weeped for hours,
with enough tears to revive the flowers,
in my heart

It started in the backseat of a car,
a voice inside says i've gone to far,
and my luck glistened like the furthest star,
that night

I hate myself for what i've done to you,
I hate myself for what i've done to you,

because everytime you cry,
a place inside me dies.





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