(After dinner Lance walks Princess to her car)
Lance– Sometimes my passion brings fire, but no warmth. I have been thinking about, telling you that I feel like everything I do just isn’t enough and that maybe I’d be better off dead. And I know I get too deep for some, but I also know that what’s said needed to be said.
Princess– [Softly] Say it then.
Lance– You know how many nights I have spent alone.
How many days I have felt like giving up, getting gone.
Sometimes I feel like I’m losing my grip.
Tired of being the villain, and I got this chip… right here on my shoulder.
I laugh only to keep from crying, but you know what I don’t get.
Is how come you are the last piece of the puzzle, but I still don’t fit.
And I need a prescription cause I be on caps lock all day, ready to take off and just fly away…
Princess-Take me with you.
Lance– For now I live between death and success.
On the corner of fear and no regret.
I long for someone who revels in my strengths and accepts my faults.
I have found myself, but sometimes I still get lost
in your eyes, I drown.
You know my life story, my history, I love it when you around.
I feel so awkward when I hug you, because it seems like home to me.
I can feel your heart beat, like it is the same one within me.
My life, my soul and sometimes, sometimes, at night I want to cry,
but I can’t.
So even when the day is dark you are my only light.
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