Do you remember those lonely nights we spent besides each other looking at the stars as if they hold the answers?
Sometimes chaos within gets so loud that people grow quieter.
I think goodbye may be the toughest word to utter and sometimes it takes the universe within you to say it,
Because every step taken away from you felt like stepping on my own heart.
I have been meaning to say a lot of things to you that sound a lot like goodbye but tonight all I could say was ,stay just a little longer?
How can I forget the nocturnal moments spent with you below the firmament where incandescent stars scratched, that is when we gave each others our hearts. My dear, those stars hold answers to eternity and our existence, worry not, our moments are not in vain.
As I stand here in the grass that sleeps beneath my feet and the lake that weeps inside its stream, my soul shivers, it’s unable to contemplate this passing moment which won’t be again, ‘us’ won’t be again.
I can’t bid a farewell to you, I can’t seem to gather any strength to hold your hand before letting it go.
If I could stay a little longer I would, if I could give myself, my world to you, with a heartbeat I would, but I can’t stay for my time is nigh.
My demons are calling to me. Beyond the red horizon, a horde walks and I must follow them for the seek me, seek my utmost company.
50 WAYS TO LEAVE YOUR LOVER by G. LOVE & THE AVETT BROTHERS
“50 Ways to Leave Your Lover” is a 1975 hit song by Paul Simon, from his album Still Crazy After All These Years.
The song broke in the U.S. in late December 1975 becoming number one on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 on February 7, 1976, and remaining there for three weeks. It was certified gold on March 11, 1976, and remained a best seller for nearly five months. The song also topped the adult contemporary chart for two weeks. It remains Simon’s biggest solo hit.
In 2011 it was covered by G-LOVE with help from THE AVETT BROTHERS.