Deixa pra lá... esquece o que eu falei. Não era nada demais... Já não sei o que dizer, então me deixa ir agora que nada mais me importa. Quero sumir desse lugar... Quero fugir sem olhar pra trás. Não sei porque acreditei que ia ser diferente. Agora tudo o que eu guardei ficou tão distante, e já não é como em instantes atrás... Já não faz mais sentido algum. E nem ser grandes amigos vai conseguir tomar o lugar da tristeza que eu sinto e do vazio em meu olhar. Não sei porque fui te dizer tudo que eu sentia... agora tudo o que eu guardei ficou tão distante. Quando eu soltei as tuas mãos e te deixei em teu portão, tudo ficou tão cinza e frio e o mundo em que eu vivia já não foi como em instantes atrás... já não fez mais sentido nenhum.

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    essa música fala por si própria pra mim...por que eu sempre acredito q vai ser diferente?
    Xpretoxon July 31, 2002   Link
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    "então me deixa ir agora que nada mais me importa. Quero sumir desse lugar... Quero fugir sem olhar pra trás." pô, quem nunca se sentiu assim???
    shelderon September 22, 2002   Link

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