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sunny wadhwa

Abstract


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sunny wadhwa

Abstract


Unrequited Love

Unrequited Love

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He wrote her a song, but it never got finished

They both fell in love but it was soon diminished

She sits on his bed and cries on his lap

He cries back at her knowing they can't go back.


Hours go by and neither can accept

That by letting go they are doing what's the best

At the end of the day comes the part which he fears

To let her go without shedding a tear


Never again will he kiss her goodbye

And just that thought makes him start to cry

Now he’ll finish the song and he’ll write it today

This is the start and here's what it says


You are my siren you drew me in

With a voice like an angel and the softest skin

Your eyes shine like diamonds and your smile melts my heart

I knew that nothing could tear us apart


An old boyfriend showed up and that's when he knew

That her feelings for him were not shiny and new

This person left her and crushed her heart

But she had loved him since the very start


When our boy came along she saw away

To end her pain and make it all go away

But by loving this person through thick and through thin

She looked at our boy and wished it was him


Now this is where the second verse starts

It's about how she seemed to break his heart

He found out her feelings it went straight to his head

So he carried on writing and this is what he said


You make me smile when no one can

It makes me happy to be your man

But it hurts me deeply that you long for his heart

I thought we would last but this breaks us apart


He sat in his room and wished he could be

Her ex so they could be

But as long as he was there they could never be true

So he sits in his room feeling sad and blue


Here's where he decides to finish the song

The story of how it all went wrong

He starts the last verse with tears dripping off his nose

The papers all wet but here's how it goes


You were my siren you drew me in

You taught me how to love and taught me how to sin

I never thought you could break my heart

But maybe we were wrong from the start


You were my siren now I'm dead at sea

You drew me in but you didn't want me

I just wish I knew where it all went wrong

But now another lost sailor can hear your song...


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