Living here, in constant pain, I'm reaching out to you!
Feelings I have long suppressed, control my mental views
As I walk this lonely earth, searching for a sign
Something to make me want to live, cause' now I want to die
As I languish here, in this house of disease,
And decrepitude, feeling un at ease
Slowly I put up a wall, to block away the pain
Only to have it fall, the misery remains!
It rips the mind apart, scorns my soul with rage
Infects my heart, kills my will to be
My eyes cannot see, blinded from the sweat
I don't know why I, feel morose today,
Born with it all, rich beyond my means,
Lately something has been burning
In my gut it bleeds, making me despondent
A victim of me
Dying will be the death of me
It hurts when I smile
Only happy when, others are in pain
When I was younger, life was in my heart
Lastly vie been craving, suicide as an art
All the ways I’ve attempted, was placed in the psycho ward
In a straightjacket, dying cause' I’m bored
In the end, dying will be the death of me!

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    General CommentWow, you get the dumb ass, pointless post award.
    Slayer89on February 03, 2006   Link
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    General Commentkinda missing some words
    Bondo_6464on April 30, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThe song is making fun of metalcore music, just watch the video
    Woogrenon September 02, 2007   Link
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    General Commentlollerskates metalcore parody
    kurashuon March 17, 2008   Link
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    General CommentDying Will Be the Death of Me”, which pulls off American metalcore so perfectly, it’s startling, right down to the melodic chorus, as Leal slyly parodies the angst-ridden wailing of suburban mallcore bands (“Born with it all… Dying ‘cause I’m bored”). The song is so good at sounding like metalcore, that a mediocre band like Sinai Beach could make it a hit.
    sepultura1987on July 08, 2010   Link

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