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Tuesday, October 12, 2010

A Prick of a Needle, A Lifetime of Sting by D. Gagnon

Loving you used to feel so good, it was a drug of its own..
Now, I can't see you in your eyes, and  I'm all alone..
Loving you meant days to look forward to..
Now it only means hiding from you.
Loving you was something I could actually feel
Now love has gone numb, even though it's still real..
Loving you was long days of having you here
Now loving you means nothing but fear..
Loving you was seeing love in your eyes..
Now its all about a new love, a love that lies..
A prick of a needle, a lifetime of sting..
Was this the song you wanted to sing?
Did you need to leave me this way?
Did it take you where you wanted to go?
Now I'm alone looking down at your grave..
Where are you now, beneath that cold hard stone..
You could have told me you hated me..
You could have said you don't love me anymore..
I could have taken that over this you see?
So tell me, what was all of this for?
A prick of a needle, a lifetime of sting..
Was this the song you wanted to sing?
I hope you are now free of your pain,
but for me, this means a lifetime of rain...
And you can now lay and rest in peace..
While I go on, and cry over your memory.
You could have just stopped loving me..
That would have hurt less you see..
To lose you to something else, someone new
Was something I know I could get through..
But to lose you to this evil thing?
A prick of a needle, a lifetime of sting..
Was this the song you wanted to sing?
What was the power of what you did..
That sealed your fate under its lid..
Goodbye my lover, good bye my  friend..
I wish I could have saved you in the  end..
Your last walk here was a hard one..
As we  watched you come undone..
You had to have just one more hit..
and you just wasn't ready to quit..
A prick of a needle, a lifetime of sting..
Was this the song you wanted to sing?
Now you've  gone where I can't be
A life lost,  a real travesty..
This is what loving you became..
and now all I know is about the rain..
A prick of a needle, a lifetime of sting..
Was this the song you wanted to sing?
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