You Don't have to Love me
You don't have to love me, I don't want to be a burden. To your heart, I don't want to be the pain. You can close your eyes when you see me, cover your ears if the sounds I make reaches you. But just don't speak words you mean decietfully
You don't have to love me, I don't want a burden. In my brain, you don't have to be the ache. I can open my eyes and not see you, let my ears feel the throb and not hear it. But I can never forget the pain, in my heart you brought me
You don't have to love me, I don't expect a reciprocal I can always give it and not want something else My heart feels joy to the littlest beat I hear My feet tremble in the sudden gush of adrenaline But don't ignore my joy, you could at least recognize
You don't have to love me, I don't intend to reciprocate The last thing that I want is not a disappointment I don't feel the urge to have gratitude win I have stood alone before, and I will again if I must.