A Man Who Should Have Been Loved
by Tiana Lisp
I know it’s late, but let me tell you what I feel.
Your story was about a man who should’ve been loved.
1. I wish I could discuss so many things with you!
But if I really could, would I be able to?
I wish you’d come to see my show; I‘d sing for you,
And you would really see what you inspire me to do.
I’m a little queen whom you’ve never ever seen.
And my ball gown is so big that there’s almost no me.
And my diamonds shine so bright,
That they make my people blind.
2. I have it all; somehow, I always look for more.
I don’t know where I go,
And I don’t really know what am I living for.
I’d never be your lover or your special friend.
However, I can feel: my reason meets your will.
And I can understand; it’s real.
May I be sincere? Let me be sincere.
I’m afraid to disappear.
If I play, I have to win,
Maybe that’s why I don’t play.
Maybe I’ve just gone astray.
Look, I’m not a real queen.
That’s what I mean.
3. I wish you’d see me on the stage in the spotlight –
This is where I belong.
And nothing would go wrong.
It might be late, but let me tell you what I see.
Your story was about a man who should’ve been loved,