Diary

I’d Like That with Ketchup

Promise not to leave her, Said I’d never disappear
She knows I’ll come back some day
Crying in the bathroom as the mirror disappears
Holding onto faded moments
My phone wallpaper. So I can wake up to that self-assured half-smirk and light brown eyes every morning. -drools-
I’d like a piece of that.
It’s hard to believe someone only two years older than I am has such an amazingly soulful voice. It’s so bluesy and heartfelt, it’s like he’s singing to you and you alone.
The fact that he’s a total babe is just pure coincidence.
Man, I always fall for these skinny musician types. Haaa.
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