Little Secret


Ssshh.
Don’t let anyone hear you.
Don’t tell anyone about it.
It’ll be our little secret

My friends can’t know.
Turned into they know we are fucking not that we are together.
I’m just not ready yet.
Can it be our little secret?

Keep it to yourself
Don’t tell anyone what’s wrong
Hide the pain and tears
Keep it your little secret

Sssshhh.
Don’t let anyone hear you
Don’t tell anyone about it
Sink further and further into the black
The most calm I’ve ever felt
Eyes slowly close
Crimson runs out of my veins
It’s going to be my little secret

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