If it all just stopped Time frozen in one moment Something just long enough To feel a warm breeze See a beautiful scene To smell new flowers Taste freshly baked bread To listen to your favorite lullaby If time really froze Just long enough for this What would happen
The summer heat welcomes heart rate The affection I show, you negate My heads burning up My hearts breaking apart You never know how cold the last goodbye is Until you’re buried alive Frozen in the middle of July
I put a mask on, I play the toughest of all, “Made of steel”, I repeat But when in action, I freeze My body freezes, My brain freezes, Motionless, I stare Into thin air, Waiting for this moment to be over, Because i no longer have the power
the first thing i was able to remember was the cold maybe because it resonates today with my soul the snow fell around me dancing in the air my eyes frozen along with my body forced to stare the snowflakes were teasing me with their ballet and I was forced to watch them as my light died away
The air is cold. But I don't notice. Because as I walk across the frozen lake, I know I can't afford to make a mistake. The longer I look At the fish that swim below, A feeling grows inside me. It's not fear. But fascination. We always say we wish Time would slow. And walking on water Makes me realize it does. We just don't notice.