To Jim

by HelluvaGirl

aka gym.

Didn't they always say we were the lucky ones? (half lucky, half persistent, half bipolar) I guess that we were once, babe, we were once (ages ago, though) But luck will leave you 'cause it is a faithless friend (plus laziness and all the parties - killing application) And in the end when life has got you down (well, technically I dumped you back in the day) You've got someone here you can wrap your arms around (do please - at least three times a week; better five) So hold on to me tight, hold on to me tonight (tonight was sooo tough on my butt, thank you) We are stronger here together than we could ever be alone (like hell - I can already notice something in that place where the muscles of my thighs oughta be) So hold on to me, don't you ever let me go (unless I still wanna read a book sometimes) There's a thousand ways for things to fall apart (chocolate cookies, numerous croissants and, yes, buckets of Nutella) But it's no one's fault, no, it's not my fault (erm, I'm still in denial about this at times) And maybe all the plans we made might not work out (think overtime, ex can't babysit and other calamities) But I have no doubt even though it's hard to see (hard to see my abs, but gimmie a year. Gimmie two) I've got faith in us, I believe in you and me (and in my abs. They'll show up. They will) So hold on to me tight, hold on, I promise it'll be alright (I only wish you saw other people less - had trouble finding a free excercycle tonight) 'Cause it's you and me together and baby all we've got is time (give us two years and I can live on any beach sans shame) So hold on to me, hold on to me tonight (we really have this thing going) There's so many dreams that we have given up (like my arse in the place it was designed to be, not 30 cm lower) Take a look at all we've got (my will baby. It's enough for you, me and all those other people) And with this kind of love what we've got here is enough (pfff, totally: power workouts, muscle toning, calanetics and cardio - sounds enough to me) So hold on to me tight, hold on, I promise it'll be alright (I also promise to cut down on carbs and Nutella eventually) 'Cause we are stronger here together than we could ever be alone (pilates desperate-housewife-style watching a video on MacBook wasn't that much fun) Just hold on to me, don't you ever let me go (especially when it's time to extend my membership come December) Hold on to me, it's gonna be alright, hold on to me tonight (but even more so on those Sunday mornings when some extra motivation wouldn't hurt) They always say we were the lucky ones (you and me, Jim. Who could've ever thought)Facebooktwittergoogle_pluspinterestmailFacebooktwittergoogle_pluspinterestmail
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