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Fallen Angel Chronicles III


Author: BrokenAngel
ASL Info:    21/F/MI
Elite Ratio:    3.93 - 179 /157 /47
Words: 207
Class/Type: Lyrics /Depressed
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Fallen Angel Chronicles III



Walking down the street she passes by
All the things this world has to try
She lives on hopes, on dreams
And believes there's more to life behind the
scenes
She walks down her narrow road
Never letting anyone in to lighten her load
It's been much too long that she's been alone
She keeps to herself, writing her own song

Thunder and lightning- a release for the pain
That the world plays on like a game
Screams of anguish- a trubute for the devil
For trying to stay out of Hell

Livin to the music of her own private song
her movements are the rhythm that doesn't
quite belong
But she tries so hard to stay true to herself
All but ignoring the burning comments she felt
She won't cry her tears
And she relives her fears
Everyday she finds new strength
That she hopes that at some length,

The thunder and lightning will release her pain
That the world laughs at like it's a game
Her screams of anguish as she cries out to
heav'n
Asking if she'll ever be herself again




Submitted on 2006-05-25 11:04:51     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  By the gods below...I absolutely love your work babe. It's always interesting. Even when it's not what you could call good or bad, it's interesting. I'd rather be interesting than good. It's more fun that way.

I love the ideas behind this. It's hard to get a feel for it, just because lyrics are a different brand. The music has to come from the soul of the composer. If you got with somebody who does that sort of thing, you could probably work up a pretty good thing from this. It's totally wicked, just like Rupert Grint.

Keep it real serafuku. 1000 bonus points if you know what that means.

Love ya,
Vanessa
| Posted on 2006-05-25 00:00:00 | by Zabriel | [ Reply to This ]


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