we used to spend the afternoon at the hotel room.
we hid from the world and the day light.
i loved to just stay with you under the sheets..
you spoiled me..
i've never slept like i did back then.
now i'm lonley.
i'm left her without you.
i share this room with myself.
i answer this door on occasion when i think it is you.
but it's just the other girls asking if i need company.
but i say, sorry there's still....
No Vacancy
you took a part of me...
it will never be again.
but i will still pay for the nights i spend alone.
i pay with my life, i lament day and night.

with you my love will always be..
leave me if you like, but i'll love you like i said because i 'm forever yours faithfully, and never forget that...
i'm waiting for you...
however hopeless it may be.
God only knows if you will ever come back around,
but until the end in my heart there truley is....

No Vacancy

lindelle there will always be....

No Vacancy.

god i miss you and me... baby

there's no vacancy...

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    General Comment'six a.m. day after christmas the worlds asleep and i am drunk' well i wrote this one in a sad state so please speak if you relate.. thanks
    dnilb eye drihton June 13, 2002   Link
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    General Commentrelate? i have lived it everyday for the past thirteen years. however, the true saddness remains in you. shattered, tattered, and worn you seem, but there is someone that will mend your broken strings. keep faith.
    beastofburdenon June 13, 2002   Link
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    General Commentit means everything to me, i wonder if you ever look at this anymore
    Enthralledon April 03, 2003   Link
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    General Commentanother year...god, don't i feel it? now more than ever. there is no vacancy inside of me. the rooms you left are dead, locked. you've got the key. you threw it away. please find it. i need you...faad.
    Enthralledon May 22, 2004   Link

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