DejaVu

DejaVu

A Poem by Ryan Falzon - Tymon

Tears fall, with the splashing rain,
Each one filled with broken pain.
Deja-vu, I've been here before,
Why is my life such a huge chore?

Tears fall, with the splashing rain,
No real reason to feel actual pain,
Deja-vu, I've been here before,
Why is my life such a huge chore?

Tears fall, with the splashing rain,
No real reason to feel actual pain,
Deja-vu, I've been here before,
I stand wanting, more and more.

I smile, there is a lot to gain.
No real reason to feel actual pain,
Deja-vu, I've been here before,
I stand wanting, more and more.

I smile, there is a lot to gain.
No real reason to feel actual pain,
A new chapter of life to explore,
I stand wanting, more and more.

© 2011 Ryan Falzon - Tymon


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It seems most like a song I think a chorus is all it needs to record it very nice

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Added on March 6, 2011
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Ryan Falzon - Tymon
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