When I reach for you through the wall
I feel like I'm not half the man
The man I used to be is gone
Please moralise me / disinfect me
I'm ordinary / without any worries
I'm written off / off the wall
that once defined me as its hero

It took my friends years to tell me
It drugged my ears / nothing could save me
I was there / It was wrong / For so long / I call my mom

And I cry
I cry all night
But there isn't a tear to wipe out
She claims that I'm fake
That I'm just not awake

The only thing I know
is that I'm going nowhere slow
and I refuse / I plead / To be the man I used to be before

It's all my fault
My face is to the wall
Did you know that when I was seventeen
I wasn't there / while I should

I should have cared
And now I'm twenty-two
And I'm still as stupid as five long years ago
And she finally made it through
while she didn't have a clue

That all I said was wrong
That's just what made her strong
When I reach for you through the wall
I feel like I'm not half the man

The man from before is ... gone
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