It’s all about that

Her smile.
It’s all about that.
The minute she laughs
There’s no going back.
It seems strange to me
That we just believe
What we can see,
How rare is it to feel
What we remember
Instead of remember
What we used to feel?
You could force yourself
To believe you’re over her,
But you know deep down
That she has your heart.
You are part of me
And because of this
There is no more me
Without you little Miss.
Your soft skin I remember,
My hand over your shoulder
Going down to your neck
As the bed gets really wet.
Your kisses were strange
Insecure but firmly safe,
I couldn’t wish more
From someone so young.
Where did it go?
Love is so raw,
You never know
When to stop.
I am somehow different now
You’re much bigger sweetheart,
But we keep going with the lie
Cause we’re afraid of the bad.
But baby remember your life
Is still mine best part
Come on home now,
Let’s both face our dads.
There’s always a second chance
Don’t let me ruin it one more time,
Look deep into my lonely eyes
You are the reason I’m still alive.
Smile. Smile. Smile. Smile.
Sweetheart that’s all I ask
So there’ll be enough art
To calm me down tonight.


Sincerely yours

The way her eyes look at yours
Crossing the room full of drunks,
Chasing my moves as I look
Like somebody you’re not used to.
Then the bill comes to my hand
And there’s something to find out
About your wanders in the wild
Streets of a Southern town.
It all brings me back to reality
And as your hips start dancing,
I don’t think you can hear
The way I’m about to split
My neglected soul for thee.
Do you realize how many men
Will fall into your dirty games?
Do you realize how much it means
To be loved and to share suffering?
Truth is this is not why I am here
There is not enough love for me,
You just look like you could hurt
And I’m willing to take my turn
Right after the feeling is burnt.
She orders two shots
But she’s on her own,
I walk by her side
And freezes as the night
Swears a romanesque pact
About a man going deep down
Into the legs of an evil woman.
So I sat and ate her enormous pussy
She cried and whisper that she loved me,
I couldn’t lie, her muscles were tight
And every inch of her skin I would bite.
Sweetlips as she feels my member,
Sweet eyes in a cold December,
I watched her go without spoking a word
And now I see this girl hurting my core.
I’ve never get enough of this drug
Love lives deep in my bones,
But since you’ve been gone
There’s no one who’s enough.
So I’ll sleep with her tonight
She may even fall for my eyes,
I could fuck her brains out
But I couldn’t make love in the night,
As I want your soft skin very bad
And my soul you can still call ‘mine’.
Again truly yours,
Please do not go.

Electronic funeral

She was always running
Running from her lovers
Running from her parents
Running from the landing.
She was always thinking
Thinking a little too much
Thinking it’d always go bad
Thinking about the ending.
But when she was playing
You could see her eyes stare
Deep into the notes she faded
You could hear the piano yelling.
There’s a mysterious beauty
In the dark core of a melody
Played by a broken woman
In an electronic funeral.
But whenever she was away
From the confort of her way
She ran and fought against
Anyone that would care.
Cause it was easier to think
That everyone wants something
And after all these heartbreaks
There never was anything left.
She’d run so far from all
That she didn’t know
She was running from herself
As she was going slightly insane.
So she ran faster to not get caught
By the love some offered to her soul
She couldn’t accept the fact
That she had dangerous eyes
And right behind
A wonderful life.

You Don’t Know How Lucky You Are (H.)

Does he know
How you are
Every time
You close
Your mouth ?
Does he know
Not to laugh
When you’re tired
And the world
Is on your back ?
Do you know
Your hands make
Whatever they take
A beautiful mess
Because of its strength ?
Does he know
Not to talk
About your home ?
Does he do eulogies
Silently for your soul ?
Do you know
Your eyes shine
When you’re mad ?
Does he notices the gaps
Your unique face shape
Makes when you laugh ?
Does he know how much
You hate those holes
Even if they hide your
Well guarded soul ?
Does he know
What song you play
When no-one is there
And the floor’s your bed ?
Do you know
Where you’ve been ?
Do we know
What we are still ?



If I were to die tonight

If I were to die tonight
Will you write about I ?
If I ever become the man
You never thought I was,
Will you draw me on your hand?
If the art just goes
And I can’t find home,
Will you stay close?
If there weren’t ages
And people were crazy,
Would it be so messy?
If I ever hurt your soul
And do everything wrong
Will you accept my fault
And love me when I’m old?
Will you hold my hand
Late in the dark night
When silence surrounds us
And we left all behind?
Time is never right
And I’m still a child,
Denying the fact
That the world ends up.
So if we ever cease to talk
Will you still hold my home?
For I am too much of a traveler
To ever be left alone so long.