The Weight


I wade as I wait,
For the undo button to be hit.
For you to be right here,
Right in front of me,
Like you never left.

I ponder and I wonder,
When will the return key be hit?
When will you be right here,
Right in front of me,
Like you never left?

Living a life without you
Is not a life worth living.
I learned that the hard way.
I learned that I need you,
That I should keep you.

Come back to me.
Make me whole again.
Forget the past.
Forget I made you leave.
Just come back to me.

I'm wading, waiting on your return.
My chest getting heavy.
My lungs becoming empty.
I can't stay afloat forever.
Eventually I'll drown.

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