Dog Hounding

Morals and values
stripped aside,
in your corner trying to hide.
Through that gape in your heart
that you left for me.
You are higher than a kite,
and sick of the fight.
Words go round and round.
There is no conclusion,
nothing found.
In dire straights;
love like chocolate
I never looked back.
You’re thick like honey,
it ain’t about the money.
Cage an animal and wait.
Soon you will see the anger, the pace;
and that long look on my face.
Ask me why? And I tell no lies.
Truth you don’t like,
you don’t believe.
Anything said.
Stuck in your head,
you not are right.
Come on; put up your fists
Let’s fight.
Ready for a good pounding,
You dog hounding.

You Said

You said you’d never go back to her,
As we twisted on the floor; my mind a blur.
You were my adrenaline rush, my everything.
You can’t deny that look in our eye,
The first moment you passed me by.
Brilliant words from brilliant men,
You thought you died and went to heaven.
 
You said, You said.
That I was the one.
Where did I come from?
Why did I take so long?
You said, You said.
That I was the one.
  
You turned me on, You turned me down.
You flipped me right side round.
You played a good charade and I hid,
I hid behind your brawny barricade.
You held me close, You held me tight.
I swore I would never put up a fight.
 
You said, You said.
That I was the one.
And where did I come from?
Why did I take so long?
You said, You said.
That I was the one.
 
Everything I do reminds me of you.
MSN still says “Miss you.”
How can you be so cruel? “Fuck you.”
There’s a part of this mess that remains a mystery.
I can barely breathe, I want you here in me.
I thought, I thought you were the one.
But my thoughts, my thoughts were wrong.
 
You said, You said.
That I was the one.
That I was the one.
And where did I come from?
Why did, and why did I take so long?
You said, You said.
That I was the one.
I was the one.
The one. You said.