"Anonymous Proposition" as written by and Tim Buckley....
Love me as if someday you'd hate me
For what i give is yours without a name
To fill your night long needs
Only as long as you say

This time you'll learn that love is just a slave
To where the heart beats stronger
This time you'd need in turn or promise forever
I could have been a boy from long ago you've left forgotten
And lately you've wondered where he's gone

Oh, it's never hold to me not as long as love lives in this house
Take me after all you've lost and never wanted
Somewhere between all the nights you've tatsted wine of men forever
Untill they left you to wake alone

Aw, but it's never said to me
Not when the years live in these hours
And darling love me as if someday you'd hate me
For what i am is here in front of you longing to know
How long you'd care for me

This time you'll learn that love is just a slave
To where your heart beats stronger
That's where you stay



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"Anonymous Proposition" as written by Tim Buckley

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    MemoryHey, AH.

    I hope that by the time you see this, some of what happened between us has passed and you'll remember that there was a good person in me, too. Certainly a better one than you left: in realizing this, I understand why you felt you had to go, but I don't understand why you have to stay hone.

    Even though I miss you and will always love you, I'll continue to hold out hope that you'll one day be able to see the truth of where I'm going, and maybe you'll even trust me enough to go there with me.

    My eternal gratitude for the honesty of your love,
    JB.
    TheOrchidShowon November 19, 2013   Link

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