Decide for Me


In the utter darkness of my mind,
you had saved me once again
Then in the desperate act of being kind,
you broke the heart you tried to mend

In the midst of silence piercing my ear,
my love, you were the song
But keep in mind that it takes two to hear,
and you had me strung along

Your lies twisted my very soul,
Your deception messed with my heart,
Your cheats soon took their dreadful toll,
Yet, from you, I still can't be apart.

When I was stranded alone at sea,
you were the boat that took me home,
But when the words in my mouth were a plea
Your love collapsed like the towers of Rome

I was given a hundred reasons to love,
Then a thousand more to hate
Had a million things of yours to get rid of,
But a billion signs you were my soul mate

You were the water that saved me
From the drought of missing you
But just remember, baby:
water can drown people too.

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