Daniel Fitzgerald

My Glowing Morning Dreams

Daniel Fitzgerald
My Glowing Morning Dreams

Freedom of the dying man is god.
Before we were lovers I swear we were friends.
Let the rain fall.
I'm a self-destructive fool, a self-destructive fool.
And I can't feel no remorse, and you don't feel nothing back.
How do you fuel the fire when they are pouring water on the wood?

I've killed my world and I've killed my time.
Someone should hear how loud we sing.
The future was our skin and now we don't dream anymore.
My whole summer turned cold.
And I can carry, I'm fine without you.

When you let someone in, you sit so bare in the lame legged chair.
You said always and forever is such a long and lonely time
And those were the days of roses, poetry and prose.
There should be words that explain the way but I am tongue tied and twisted.
You were dancing in the kitchen and I was enjoying my view.

Tossing, turning, struggled through the night with someone new.
Nothing lasts forever and I will always love you.
Forgive me lover, for I have sinned, for I have loved you wrong.
You say you love me so sincere that I believed you loved me.
The seasons have changed from present to past.
Now you act so surprised to hear what you already know.

If I go, I’m going on fire; let my anger take me there.
To be alone with you.
Watch the sky breaking on the promise that we made.
I want to come near and give you every part of me.
If it's all the same to you, then it's just a little white lie.
Do you need me like I need you?

That's what you call true love.