Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Sing You Home


SING YOU HOME

Jodi Picoult

You won’t see my name in the paper
Or my picture in a magazine
I don’t think I’ll be on daytime TV
Or filling a big movie screen.
I’m rarely the life of the party
I don’t like to put on a show
I’m not one to shout, but without a doubt
My melody’s one that you’ll know.
CHORUS:
One plus one is sometimes three
You’re my silent harmony
And if you listen carefully
Baby, I will sing you home to me.
This tune has your pulse as its rhythm
It’s scored in the key to your heart
The haunting refrain, it comes from the pain
Of you and me being apart.
This world is a sea full of strangers
I’ve never felt like I belong
But this much I know: that you’re mine, and so
I’m gonna show you with this song.
CHORUS:
One plus one is sometimes three You’re my silent harmony
Blossom on my family tree
Baby, I will sing you home to me.
BRIDGE: Can you love someone you’ve never met?
Can tomorrow be the moment you can’t forget?
I search for your face in reflections I wonder if you’re in the crowd
If our paths don’t cross, I will be lost
But I can’t confess that out loud.
I’ll wait if it takes you forever.
I’m here for you some day to find.
And if there’s a choice, remember my voice,
My lullabies rise in your mind.
CHORUS:
One plus one is sometimes three
You’re my silent harmony
You fit my life perfectly
Baby, I will sing you home to me.
Baby, I will sing you home to me.


Sunday, February 17, 2013

Hellow.

My fellow readers.

 It's been a long time. A long long time since the last time I ever posted on this blog. Not gonna filled up with anything, but I just want to announce this: I am in a progress of writing a short story. Yes, and nothing special. I always write stories anyway. But one interesting thing about this is... shit happens. Truly deeply madly, because I got some amazing book recommendations to help me write better.

These days I've been reading two good books. Those are 'Five People You Meet In Heaven' by Mitch Albom and the other one is 'The Fault In Our Stars' by John Green.



Maybe some of you haven't heard those names before BUT believe me, the books are dope!

I can't even rid a single word that I really really like in the book from my head, like, now.

OK. I have to go. It's 22:24 PM and I haven't studied for my Biology test tomorrow. Good night!