Just Enough, Please
Why is it when I see your bare shoulders
Your wet hair, straightened by a comb
The waterfall is no longer my vision?
What I see from my own eyes is you
Is it the same when you look at me?
You are about nature, I only walk in it
You know right, I’m only know wrong
Why do I hope that you’re lonely for love
How could it be for a garden that blooms
My baby, still you cry when you’re all alone
Am I the cause of the fire in the forest
You let it burn just long enough to begin again
Green meadows with enough longing to last
I want you to remember me with a smile
A rainbow or a shell nobody else could find