Why ain’t me?

Clinging above river Seine
Thousands of locks, thousands names
Hanging locked, sealed with love
So many sould beloved

Why ain’t me, why my name
nobody into steel engraves
Everybody clicked the key
Everyone except of me

Watching movie on big screen
Classic romance with James Dean
Couples cuddling in their seats
The electricity around them heats

Why ain’t me, why this seat
Is always empty next to me
Nobody is watching the scene
Nobody except of me

Choosing a cake to my tea
Raspberry froth or chocolate cream
I would rather have a pair
One on my plate, one to share

Why ain’t me, why my plate
Is always filled with just one cake
And one fork to eat it up
Whining behind the steamy cup.