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Death By Your Love
You comb your fingers through your lush, long hair,
With a look of stress and slight confusion,
You know it's a motion I can not bear,
That leaves my heart with a rising tension.
As you stand up and walk across the room,
I believe my heart skips a beat or two,
With every step you take I near my tomb,
You're killing me with everything you do.
You pull me closer and embrace my hips,
My body is numb and my mind is weak,
A poison I'm sure I taste on your lips,
The pain you cause me if reaching its peak.
You look in my eyes and lost is my breath,
I lay down and die a beautiful death.