You were my little hometown,
somewhere I could stay forever,
somewhere I could grow old in,
somewhere I was content.
I was your little hometown,
somewhere you grew up in,
but wanted to leave in the long run,
somewhere you were never content.
We used to sit by the pond,
and talk about the future,
I talked about ours
but you talked about yours.
We lie under the stars,
realizing how minute we were,
I got lost within the galaxy in your eyes,
while you never took notice of mine.
If I told you that I loved you,
(which I never did)
I know it’d never cross your mind,
to tell me you loved me back
(because you never did)
In your eyes, I was just your little hometown
Stranded in the middle of nowhere,
Somewhere you’ll never reach far.
In me, you thought you’d never make it anywhere.
So just like every protagonist in every story ever told,
you ditched your little hometown.