Song

Hey guys i never heard a song about epilepsy so my friend and i are started to write a song were not production ppl were normal teens. I had epilepsy for 4 years now i hope u guys like the song and give me feed back and the song is not done yet Many people travel on a path for many miles, where they create piles of forgotten smiles.Even though seizures bring me down to the ground, I’ll always keep my face comforted by a smile. I got to remember that I’m a soldier and that the fight against this will be worth the while. Every time I fall down to the ground, I know what is about to occur. My limbs and body are starting to twitch. Saliva is starting to pour Right out of my mouth. I know what’s in store for tomorrow. I see my mother, father and brother crying as they see me being rushed towards a hospital. My vision starts to fade away, in other words it turns into a blur. I wake up the next day and see my family in front of me. They’re glad that I’m safe and secure. I’m glad that the worst has occurred, even though I have woken up with such bad sores, But whatever awaits me in my future remains obscured. It’s been a couple of days now since my last seizure, But the pain felt by me and those around me is hard to measure. This is the life of a teenager that undergoes many inevitable seizure

Comments

Re: Song

Submitted by tcameron on Mon, 2011-06-27 - 14:56
That is cute!  I like it.

Re: Song

Submitted by marry on Tue, 2011-06-28 - 09:09
very nice words

Re: Song

Submitted by Dean Spasser on Fri, 2011-11-11 - 11:06
Nice lyrics. I would really love to hear the beat of this song. The message is deep and very optimistic.  - Dean Spasser

Re: Song

Submitted by cas.parker17 on Sat, 2011-12-10 - 15:05
i really like it, very relatable

Re: Song

Submitted by Misjoey101 on Fri, 2012-03-09 - 17:04
I went to epilepsy camp a couple of years ago. They had a session where we would write songs. Ours was more of a rock song though. I HATE SEIZURES, YES I DO I HATE SEIZURES HOW BOUT YOU? some people make fun of us but we're special and their jealous

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