Unless, Until

    
                    
                              I’m never going to leave you, not unless
                              you tell me to. Then I’ll be gone until
                              you say come back. And then I guess
                              I’m never going to leave you. Not unless
                              you make your mind up which way, no or yes.
                              Just let me know, please. As you wish, I will.
                              I’m never going to leave you, not unless
                              you tell me to, then I’ll be gone until…
        

        


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3 Responses to Unless, Until

  1. davidelicet says:

    If she were here still, she’d want you to stay.
    The way you’ve been, she’d not ask you to leave
    so soon. I know, you think you’d get in the way
    if she were here. Still, she’d want you to stay
    as long as you would like to, s’il vous plaît.
    What good would you not being here achieve?
    If she were here still, she’d want you to stay
    the way you’ve been. She’d not ask you to leave.

    • maggie says:

      You two are having too much happy fun,
      aren’t you? Worried it might get too wild,
              I’d’ve missed a party like the highflying one
      you two are having. Too much happy fun
      can make a person forget work to be done.
              Even knowing how much she’d’ve smiled,
      you two are having too much happy fun.
              Aren’t you worried it might get too wild?

      • How the hell could we take it too far?
        Compared to where she wanted things to go,
        we’d never make it near the nearest star.
        How the hell could we? Take it too far,
        yeah right! It won’t move further than we are—
        where she’d and we’d shared distant dreams as though.
        How the hell could we take it too far,
        compared to where she wanted things to go?

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