Jan Wendler

Bittersweet Dream

Rays of sun shining on my face
Just as it was when it all began
Since then there was a fall from grace
It hurts so much to give a damn
 
Misunderstandings on every turn
All of a sudden everything changed
All hope that was was left to burn
Everything in the head felt so estranged
 
The book of time kept turning pages
The memories were on repeat
Like this each day went on for ages
Helpless and alone out on the streets
 
It's a bittersweet dream
Not knowing, just feeling
A bittersweet dream
If there is only believing
Yeah such a bittersweet dream for me
 
Looking at me with tears in her eyes
Tears like rain in the bluest sky
It hadn't been me who had said goodbyes
Still it  ripped me apart I didn't know why
 
Nothing felt normal anymore
All feelings so out of reach
Every small try to settle the score
Made me feel more impeached

Driving through the roads at night
Nothing shutting up the mind
Lights so blurry passing by
Each one makes me see those eyes
 
This bittersweet dream
Doesn't have to be
All I wanted was honesty
Oh take this bittersweet dream from me
It hurts inside like a greek tragedy

All I wanted was to take the blame from me
All I wanted was to again sleep deep
I never wanted it to end this way
Never expected so much pain to stay

Oh take this bittersweet dream from me
Dear Lord please set me free


Jan Wendler
01.07.2015

 

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