THE SIREN

Written by: Carel Jean Abulencia

Never could imagine what it can bring.
I stepped onto it and continue to sing.
Longing for the warmth of your embrace.
The sound of your voice that started to raise.

Each time I was with you I felt joy,
But now I feel cold, gloomed and annoyed.
You're still the man I love till now,
But you stay shackled with no vow.

It hurts each time they see,
See and pictures the wrong, wrong me.
Only you and I know what's true.
But the world is too cruel for us two.

You're with her as I fight alone.
But you uttered love where I hold on.
I love your eyes from the night that I' with you.
But it still hurts, hoping those are true.