I went around in circles
A thousand times
Hoping I’d get lucky to find you.
While you flew above
Wondering why I couldn’t
Raise my head up.
Why didn’t you call my name?
I crossed the church street
On a rainy day.
Sister Maggie says showers
Are Jesus’s blessings – shining
Bright like a diamond.
Why then, the drizzle was gray?
Tears of Doomsday?
Windy rains and the screeming sun
Empty sands and deep waters.
I went to the moon looking for you
Not alone. In a queue.
Many like you left many like me.
Many like me refused to see.
I met a girl just like me
Whose spirits were a reflection of mine.
We sang, we laughed
And forgot everything for a while.
I thought she was just like me
But perhaps she was better.
She had no ambitions,
Lived only in moments.
I tried to make her dream.
She felt it was too much an effort.
I insisted on living a meaningful life.
She call me a villain and asked
The meaning of life.
Remind me I’m still alive
Up in the clouds among the rainbows.
Kindle the sparks of glee
And light all the fireworks.
Must I depend on you
Or are you a delusion?
Remind me there’s another world
Away from all the chaos you bring to me.
Every song we sang has no meaning now.
Every sketch we drew is just some paper now.
Every star we gazed has ran away.
Every rain we danced in is just some water now.
I kept pretending you’d
And called it hope.
I kept hoping you’d
And called it love.