You didn’t know while I was dancing right before you
While I was pressed against your face
Didn’t hear my whispers on those silent rain gray mornings
Or feel my fingers pull away
It’s never wrong to recognize
The promise not materialized
Face the truth; sometimes things just go away
But it’s so wrong to carve it up
Make it change
A butchered fit
Though it excise me from myself
No more
No more
Whatever sang in me, you never listened
Poetry was worthless ‘gainst the gravel of your soul
Almost believed how you defined essential me
Out of existence, without value, with your scorn
Sent my warm blood against your ice
I hoped you’d thaw before I died
You never noticed; never noticed it was here
Never noticed
You’ll never miss it when it’s gone
(Guitar solo)
I was a fool to think that I was what you wanted
I don’t know what you want; I’m sure now it’s not me
I can’t ignore; we’re just the remnants of collision
And I can’t live in your gray corner anymore
You used to drag me down when I’d begin to rise
To scoff and then belittle if I dared to bare my soul
You never gave an inch; demanding do it your way
I was just one more thing about you
I won’t live “A Gift Denied”
You never noticed; never noticed it was here
Never noticed
You’ll never miss it when it’s gone
You never noticed; never noticed it was here
Never noticed
You’ll never miss it when it’s gone
No more
No more


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