Trespassers

I met you for the first time on a mountain, you were surprised
of how I caught you there gazing on falling stars

You invited me to rendezvous in a science fiction movie night
I came late, but you told me what had happened before

No open door was left untrespassed, for we
always had to look inside and dive in trouble
We always took every chance to bring strange
scenes from a fantasy to reality

You drew a slim zombie on my hand, it was gorgeous
I showed it to my friends, they said I’m a fool in love

I told an epic fairytale of a beetle’s journey to Liechtenstein
you almost didn’t believe that I just made it up

I never wanted to own you or to be in command
but then you realized that you had left something unfinished
I never wanted to admit that this could be the end
but then you closed your eyes and I got banished out of the tale

No open door was left untrespassed, for we
always had to look inside and dive in trouble
We always took every chance to bring strange
scenes from a fantasy to reality