Lyric: Unspoken

Tonight it’s unforgettable for me,
That I’ve finally met you,
It is a dream comes true,
Still it feels so surreal that you’re here.
When you hold out your hand to me,
I could see that magical sparks in your eyes,
But when she comes up to you,
And boy, that kiss should be mine (from me to you).

Some words are left unspoken,
Some words are meant to be unsaid,
If it were going to hurt you,
Then let me take it all,
All that left unspoken.

Daringly I ask for your number,
I had to call and hear your voice (please don’t blame me),
Say I’m sorry but it’s not my fault,
Cos’ you’re suppose to be mine (and I’m yours).

Why the cupid has to play us this way?
The feeling is so right but the timing is wrong,
No hidden words now baby just say it out loud,
Shout it out
If only,

I have the chance to speak out,
I have the chance to tell the truth,
That she’s only my filler,
For all that left unsaid
I’ll keep it away from you…

All I want to say,
Is how much I love you?


2 thoughts on “Lyric: Unspoken

  1. allegoricaldiamond August 24, 2013 at 6:50 pm Reply

    “Some words are left unspoken,
    Some words are meant to be unsaid,” I find this wonderful! Pure in nature… I’m thankful to have come to read.

    • Deborah Wong August 24, 2013 at 7:26 pm Reply

      Thanks a lot. I really appreciate your comment. Some words are really not meant to say, perhaps, damage can be done to stir the situation.

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