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Chasing Pavements




I love love love this song lately. Looked for the video and loved it even more. Really unique. :)

I've made up my mind,
No need to think it over,
If i'm wrong I aint right,
No need to look no further,
This ain't lust,
This is love but,

If i tell the world,
I'll never say enough,
Cause it was not said to you,
And thats exactly what i need to do,
If i'm in love with you,

Should i give up,
Or should i just keep chasing pavements?
Even if it leads nowhere,
Or would it be a waste?
Even If i knew my place should i leave it there?
Should i give up,
Or should i just keep chasing pavements?
Even if it leads nowhere

I'd build myself up,
And fly around in circles,
Wait then as my heart drops,
and my back begins to tingle
finally could this be it

Should i give up,
Or should i just keep chasing pavements?
Even if it leads nowhere,
Or would it be a waste?
Even If i knew my place should i leave it there?
Should i give up,
Or should i just keep chasing pavements?
Even if it leads nowhere

Should i give up,
Or should i just keep chasing pavements?
Even if it leads nowhere,
Or would it be a waste?
Even If i knew my place should i leave it there?
Should i give up,
Or should i just keep chasing pavements?
Even if it leads nowhere

Sigh... :)

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Life has been challenging my patience lately. It gets to me at times but then again I have someone who seems to always be in high spirits and it's contagious. Can't help but see things positively because of him. Thanks Dear! :)

Leaving you with a quote...

Life is like photography:
you use the negatives to develop.:)


CARPE DIEM!
I'm out.

Comments

Anonymous said…
the quote at the bottom is so true. but of course let us not underestimate the good things because we also learn from it, plus they feel better LOL
Cza said…
@prisesamusang - I agree!!! Thanks for the visit. :)
ALiNe said…
kaninang umaga ko pinakinggan yan e.. tas nakailang ulit sa ipod ko ..hee hee! click click
Cza said…
@ALiNe - nice di ba! click click ;p

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