28 March 2009

Complicated Heart !


Michael Learns To Rock

Dont know what to say now
Dont know where to start
I dont know how to handle
A complicated heart
You tell me you are leaving
But I just have to say
Before you throw it all away

Even if you want to go alone
I will be waiting when youre coming home
If you need someone to ease the pain
You can lean on me, my love will still remain

Dont know what youre thinking
To me it seems quite tough
To hold a conversation
When words are not enough
So this is your decision
And theres nothing I can do
I can only say to you

Even if you want to go alone
I will be waiting when youre coming home
If you need someone to ease the pain
You can lean on me, my love will still remain


These song is so special for me, for now. What was makes this song so special? First, its very-very describe my so-damned-blue-feeling. Then, I play this song using mpg321 in my Ubuntu Hardy. mpg321 is a perfect command-line mp3 player. Especially when we used it after we had broke with our lovely girlfriend. I still remember my great and ridiculous memories with her, all memories. I still remember the day we made promise to became a love-couple. I still remember her funny reaction when we made a lovely hug. Finally, I`ll always remember her as my wonderful and really-funny girlfriend that I ever had. I always hope, next time I`ll meet a girl that really-totally love me and I really-totally love her too. And I always hope, I will not get so many “heart-break” again with someone else. I hope and I believe, I can loving again with someone, and run for a great future and a great life, together-forever. Amen!


I still love you babe ^_^

Do you still remember about our promise to learn each other together? For never give up tryin? I`ll always pray for your successful life and happiness! I`ll never forget you! I hope we will always stay together for friendship!


Written at Saturday, 28/03/08, 01 : 37 AM


| Long Distance Learning | Emotional Trouble |

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