Hazy Dreams

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Song Lyrics  |  House: Booksie Classic
A sad song that I came up with.

Submitted: January 03, 2013

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No one knew how she died

But the ashes surrounding her side

Will tell the story of a little girl

And the boy who took her for a ride

They told you she was sixteen

She had dreams just like you and me

She wore black for she lacked

The lovin’ and support that we had

She never said much, never asked for more

Than what she already had

She was an angel sent from heaven,

Who never told a single lie

But was cursed to be born to this world

Where she was alone and left unnoticed

Ooh, ooh

No one knew how she died

But the ashes surrounding her side

Will tell the story of a little girl

And the boy who took her for a ride

To anyone who will stop for a moment and listen

They tell how she had met

A boy who shared hopes and dreams

That he wished to proceed

But there was something behind those blue eyes

Which told a story of a lie

He was cunning and he was smart

Things got hazy and things got tough

She needed to run for she had enough

He spun her around until she fell apart

Her soul was burned and nothing was left,

Ooh nothing was left…nothing was left…

No one knew how she died

But the ashes surrounding her side

Will tell the story of a little girl

And the boy who took her for a ride

She was found one morning; she was as cold as ice

Her skin as white as the snow around her side

She was lying in a pile of ashes that will tell a sad tale

To anyone who would stop and listen to their story

Of a little girl and the boy who took her for a ride


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