A ragingheart to tell a tale of life and love

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I don't want to hear about the way she sighs
I don't want to hear about how she cry's.
Don't tell me about the laughter too.
I don't want to dance with you.

You played your little tune to open the lair.
Entangling melody that filled the air.
Hiding in the silence of a street light.
Robbing hearts like a thief in the night.

Seeing through eyes that once were closed.
Hearing sounds upon deaf ears.
Speaking loud with lips of a mute.
The story and song is now known to all.

I don't want to hear about the way she sighs
I don't want to hear about how she cry's.
Don't tell me about the laughter too.
I don't want to dance with you.


Pattern of the trail so well planned
Leads to the clever evil damned.
Twisting and turning spinning around 
Disorienting the brain until lost in the game.

Dance steps placed right in time,
Oblivious to the real crime.
Partners swirling in bright soirée. 
Smiling sweetly as the dancers go array.

I don't want to hear about the way she sighs
I don't want to hear about how she cry's.
Don't tell me about the laughter too.
I don't want to dance with you.

The dancers parade past the masquerade .
Madness endures to the lovers aide.
Rhythm is lost to the errant beat.
The song sings out it's caveat.

I don't want to hear about the way she sighs
I don't want to hear about how she cry's.
Don't tell me about the laughter too.
I don't want to dance with you.
I don't want to dance with you.

Ragingheart/rld 08082016




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