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A Flood Of Emotions RunDry

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A Flood Of Emotions RunDry

Am I just having one of those days where everything seems
to go wrong and turn my sadness into song.
Well I am having one of them rainy kind of days when nothing
seems to go my way,I hope and pray it will not be here to stay.

Why do I feel so sad, have I done something so bad or is it just
me, I don't know but I keep listening to music that fills me with emotions
that flows into tears as they were so near I could not hold them back my dear.

I feel a heavy weight or burden upon my weary shoulders and in need of comfort
and a lift as my spirits are slowly slipping down to the gutter as my heart speaks
with a whisper and a mutter.

I try to hide my saddened feelings as I have my dignity and pride but I wait
till the feelings calm and subside but the heartaches remain so I do my crying in the rain.
It helps take away some of the pain otherwise I think I would go completly insane.

I hope you never see this side of me as I keep it locked  in my heart deep down inside
of me as this I wish to keep to myself while the world sleeps through the night I maybe crying an ocean but will never express the deep devotion I feel as it is best kept hidden so it will be washed away and keep the emotions tide at bay.

This is what my hearts been wanting to say I couldn't get it out as I thought it was too deep it kept me from my sleep but this is a secret I need you to keep.

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