[f=transparent]Sing some sweet song [f=transparent]Your voice makes me look at you with awe [f=transparent]Dancing to the rhythm you created [f=transparent]Your moves tell me a story [f=transparent]Never have I been so amazed [f=transparent]Your talents give me hope [f=transparent]I yearn to be like you [f=transparent]Your life is free of boredom [f=transparent]So sing some sweet song [f=transparent]Hypnotize me in every way
Look me in the eyes and tell me I'm not crazy Look me in the eyes and tell me I'm not a monster Look me in the eyes and tell me I'm sweet Look me in the eyes and tell me I'm not the devil's daughter Look me in the eyes and tell me I'm fine Even though we both know they're not true
Look me in the eyes and tell me I have a heart Look me in the eyes and tell me I won't hurt you Look me in the eyes and tell me I have a soul Look me in the eyes and tell me lies I am hollow inside filled with shadows of sorrow
I think what really sucks about losing someone to death is the feeling that you are powerless, that you could do nothing to stop it. My grandpa died this morning from emphysema, which means he slowly suffocated to death. What hurts the most is knowing that none of the 5,000 spells in my spellbook could save him or take away the pain he endured while he was dying. I guess that's why people go to religion, so that they feel as though the greater power that they believe in can help them. I mean isn't what praying is? Asking for a little more power to get to over/through something. When someone cast a spell they're chanting for power to guide them. Religions rituals are preformed to make you feel like you can get the power you lost from someone more powerful than yourself so you can again feel as though you have power once more.
my nephew wouldn't go to sleep unless i picked him up and started swaying. He then fell fast asleep and i was able to put hin in bed. Knowing that I was needed to help a baby is a good feeling. I love Zaiden somuch!