I Ask Myself

January 29, 2011
By BrittanyMSwartz PLATINUM, Cherry Hill, New Jersey
BrittanyMSwartz PLATINUM, Cherry Hill, New Jersey
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Favorite Quote:
In this world of hate there has to be a light Be that light and spread some love Maybe this day the youth can make a difference, No more hate!" - Christofer Drew(nsn)


It was a chilling night
But the mood was right
We made a plan
And in our vans,
We began to run
Through the woods
We now understood
that we would
never be.

I wish we were free.
Without you, it feels like my hearts at sea.
So lets rest upon this tree,
And glance at the stars.

The memories of us leaves scars,
in my brain.
Laughing, to giggling to,
kissing in the rain.
I ask myself,
"How could I live with no you?"
Without you I feel sick with the flu.
We always been together
Like paper and glue.

With the moon rested in the middle of the sky,
I wish the days never flew by.
Now the moonlight has reach your face,
I can see the glimmer in your eye.
I give you my last embrace.
Then soon after my last goodbye.

I ask myself
"how could i live with no you?"
without you i feel sick with the flu.
we always been together
Like paper and glue.

In the morning, when we wake up.
Our love would pass over.
You will be over.
Us no longer lovers.
We would now be apart.
I wish we knew this from the start,
Before I fell in love with
You.


The author's comments:
I wrote this song, after over coming writers block. I was watching this movie and then BAM! the lyrics came to me.
The song is about a young teen couple. Well mostly about a young teen boy who is in love with his girlfriend. He finds out that his girlfriend is moving so they run out to their secret spot in the woods, for one last time. The lyrics are the boy's thoughts and, how he can not live without this female. I feel like I could write a story about this, from before and after this night, so be aware that I might add some more stories about this one night.

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