I want someone who will love me, even if I forget.
I want someone who will rub my belly, and treat me like their pet.
I want someone who will whisper in the dark when the night outside is cold.
I’d like someone to love me before I grow too old.
We’d dance among the raindrops and sing in the pouring rain,
With them would cradle sorrow and wash away my pain,
We’d laugh and sing and dance and play,
With them I’d give everything and every living day.
They would smile for no reason and laugh without a joke,
They would bring fresh air because the world around can choke,
They would tell me their secrets and we’d smile at our faults,
They would know it as no burden to trust in eachothers hearts.
We would take a stand against the world with war cries so shrill,
And when one would fall before their time, the other would love them still.
Yes I would love them without regret, if they would love me back,
and therein lies the ultimatum one cannot take back.
For the more you give, the more exposed
To hail of social rounds
And as another pet, be whipped into the ground,
For fear holds so tightly from straying into the open,
Fear of soft whispers becoming spite and broken,
That time will surpass the love we share and death take us alone,
And nothing but regret rains upon our shores
I do not fear for I am a rock
I will remain after the waves have stopped
And if you want,
We can both make love below the water.