Strangers, again

by Gebriane Hinolan | shared on He Said, She Said |

I saw you on the passenger seat.
You looked at me like we’d never meet
And I’m here walking on the street feeling the sun’s heat.

How could we stay this way?
So much to say but nothing to say
How could this be.
It’s like you don’t know me at all.

I try to reach you but never aid.
It’s the pride that gets high
But it’s you all I need
But you cannot say “hi.”

How could we ever say goodbye
‘Cause it’s you on my mind
How could this be

It’s like you know me at all
In just on click everything has change.

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