Bitter, adjective: Having a sharp, pungent taste or smell; not sweet; (of people or their feelings or behavior) angry, hurt, or resentful because of one's bad experiences or a sense of unjust treatment; (of a conflict, argument, or opponent) full of anger and acrimony; (often used for emphasis) painful or unpleasant to accept or contemplate; (of wind, cold, or weather) intensely cold.
Manipulate, verb: Handle or control (a tool, mechanism, etc.), typically in a skillful manner; alter, edit, or move (text or data) on a computer; examine or treat (a part of the body) by feeling or moving it with the hand; control or influence (a person or situation) cleverly, unfairly, or unscrupulously; alter (data) or present (statistics) so as to mislead.
Tight, adjective: Fixed, fastened, or closed firmly; hard to move, undo, or open; (of clothes or shoes) close-fitting, uncomfortably so; (of a grip) very firm so as not to let go; (of a formation or a group of people or things) closely or densely packed together; (of a community or other group of people) having close relations; secretive; (of appearance or manner) tense, irritated, or angry; (of a rule, policy, or form of control) strictly imposed; (of an area or space) having or allowing little room for maneuver.
As the time draws near
The strings of my heart are tigthen
I dont want to feel bitter or manipulated
I knew this day would come
With tight heart
I must say good-bye
With watery eyes
With hope in my heart
No bitterness there will be
I would love to manipulate one more night
No way to manipulate
Neither of us bitter
Only thankful for our time
As I try to see you
Just one more night
Tight is my heart as I must let you go
My heart heavy no bitterness do I hold
The manupulation of my heart
As I say this finale good-bye
The kiss that draws me
With tight arms around me
Only wanting to manipulate the finale goodbye
Are good-byes hard for you?