It started when you said hello I wish I knew you longer To see who you really were We were just getting stronger By the smile on your face We both knew it was my fault And that's not the case Memories play through my head Reminding myself how thankful I am For having you in my life It's funny how you appear right at the time I was struggling Within the snap you gone just like that I remember after that game We lost by 99 over hundred something A second thought came to my mind It was about 7:30 at night I was standing outside my school hoping to get picked up If I walked home all of this wouldn’t have happened I close my eyes for a second And there you are standing in your uniform The minute Your boss stepped outside You told me to hop in the cart And that's when the fun begin You push me around the store Like there was no tomorrow And yet we still have an hour left Be wasted it on playing hide and seek Instead of me telling you how I really feel By the smile on my face You already knew And I still think that was the best night ever I hope you remember what I told you, and if you don’t, don't worry Tell me once again Why I am the first one to say sorry I only knew you for a month And this is our first fight Tell me again how we first met I thought to myself about that day Yeah Remember that day I got ******* up I had my hands on my ears I wish I could tell you what I think But deep inside me I was scared And yet you stay with me every single blink Every inch of me is telling me that you really cared I wish I could tell you what happened before And until this day I'm not brave enough to tell my own reflection I just want to say I'm thankful for the days we spent together and the Hours we wasted, And the days you walked me home without me asking you too. The first day i met your mom, she told me I was different, and the days we spent at your house for lunch if we were not at your house we were on the other side of the school, by the doors ,alone, this little girl came down the stairs. She called you by your name. And you told me that she was your little sister after all And the smile On my face was the perfect aim If you Remember want i told you and if you don't don't worry I told you once it's not blue my favourite colour is yellow
the ones who arrived from the shadow the ones who lurk in the darkness and flirt with danger the ones who allow reality to slip through their finger tips the one whose pale face shone in the golden sun
you see the bad ones aren’t afraid of sampling death they are risk takers
the bottom line is when a good one comes along i push them away because the bad one still needs fixing
the bad ones do have a way with my heart and it gets broken over and over
guess who comes running back? i can still fix them if they’d let me
a reality seduced by danger is what made her want him more the passion between them was electric the way their bodies fit together like puzzle pieces in the night she’s addicted to the thrill and to the evil angel who wants her to be his forever
He was the tough guy, The bad boy, the person You never, ever crossed. He was the owner of the old hotrod, the House you always avoided Because it was too loud and smelly. He was the guy who never Shaved his beard, kept at least Three motorcycles in his garage, and Had a different girlfriend every month. He was the tough guy. But then his dad took ill, And suddenly he didn’t care About his hotrod anymore. His buddies were forgotten, His workshop untouched, As his calloused hands held His father’s weak and shaky ones. The graveside service was A week later, and I remember Him kneeling over his father’s coffin, Head bowed in prayer, Trying to stay calm, but Tears flew down his cheeks with An intensity that no one had Seen before, nor since. And that’s when I learned that Tough guys aren’t always tough.