"Maudlin" as written by and Newby Meadows....
Her cloths were soaked with mildew
Ropes burned their way
Through her fragile thin wrists
I stood over her

Watching to see
If she was going to live or die
I remember her
Screaming and scratching to my arms

While I was tying her wrists
Behind her back
She was kicking her legs
Up and down in my direction

Trying to prevent me from knotting the ropes
Stop crying
I screamed in her face
You took me for granted this time

How could you've done this to me
I said as I punched the ground beside her
Until fists were sore and bloody
Honey this could've all been different

If you had wanted it to be
I gently whispered in her ear
You don't care what you want anymore
This is what I want now

Don't offer me anything
You will be wasting you breath


Lyrics submitted by Disposition_987

"Maudlin" as written by Justin Roger Graves Douglas Warren Sabolick

Lyrics © Peermusic Publishing

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