Title: West Coast (Lana del Rey Cover)
Album: Covers II
even when my poems aren’t about you, they’re about you. i want to be brilliant. i want a torch for a heart, gasoline for blood. since you won’t love me, i’d like to scare you instead
always: i don’t want anyone to touch me except for you. but there always has to be a you, it doesn’t matter who you are. there just has to be one pair of hands that doesn’t terrify me. i have to choose someone, otherwise what kind of a life would that be? i miss you but maybe it doesn’t matter.
But I hate when I feel like this
And I never hated you
I loved you for the cold wind that sang inside of you. It was something otherworldly, being inside of that tornado but never quite being touched by the fury. I was your One Thing, I was your holy and your special and the flower you left untouched in the meadow. You were soft around me, you were suddenly shy, you were quiet rain - and I loved that. I loved being your heart.
I should have never trusted myself to the storm. I should have known. I should have gone home."