Rumi Ullidov

April 21, 1987 - Komoran

if i died(would you be there)

If I died
Would you be there darling
To carry the burden of abandonment in your shoulders
I mean my corpse
Would you be there
So you could taste the long rainy nights
Through your tears
Tears of pain, maybe regret
If I died
Would you be there
To express condolences to my parents
With sincere eyes and not break
Would you be there
To feel my cold cheeks
Kiss them with those traitor’s lips
And leave a mark
As you did to my heart
If I died darling
Would you still say those same words
Lies I’ve been told before
With hope to be forgiven
Would you be there
To enforce your thoughts on me
To blame me for my death
Accuse me of being a coward
Not man enough
Not strong enough
Not good enough
If I died
Would you still talk small talks
And be fulfilled
Enjoy your moment
Not sensing the difference
For still there is only you talking
If I died
Would you be there
To live another day
Without me
And yet be happy
Would you be there
If I died
Would you be there
Would you be there
If I died
Would you be there
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