30 ene. 2014

When it is all over we still have to clear up

I wish you would see the light
Before the day turns into night.
I wish you would submerge into the river
Before our memories start to shiver.
And when it is all over we still have to clear up.

I am afraid of the dusty robber
Who ran away on the cold October.
I am afraid of that nasty laughter
When someone steals your ever after.
And when it is all over we still have to clear up.

I ask you to use your brain,
But seems like it has been slain.
I ask her to make things right,
But she just want to see you bright.
And when it is all over we still have to clear up.

I do not know who is wrong here,
Though I do know you feel the fear.
I do not know when it will end,
Though I do know who is not my friend.
And when it is all over we still have to clear up.

I feel the steel against my skin,
And I can not find a place to lean.
I feel the tray offering your head,
And I see the bastards full of dread.
And when it is all over we still have to clear up.

I forget the sound of your rough song,
Sang by the dead ones for so long.
I forget to ask you where you went,
Or where is that letter you never sent.
And when it is all over we still have to clear up.

I do not care if you are not mine.
As long as you tell me you are fine.
I do not care to be betrayed,
As long as I know what you have made.
And when it is all over we still have to clear up.

I understand the changes in you,
Perhaps the time will change me too.
I understand the lies you tell,
Perhaps the truth in you still dwell.
And when it is all over we still have to clear up.

And I wish, but I am afraid;
And I ask, but I do not know;
And I feel, but I forget;
And I do not care, but I understand;
That when it is all over we still have to clear up.

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