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It's like a cancer under skin
Destroys your spins, suffocates your sin
You stand tall but your story's thin
Star wide-eyed don't know where to begin

It's like a time when you used to win
Now all you do is drink away the din
Come up for air, do it over again
Tell me I'm wrong then you'll do it again

I've buried deeper lies inside of you
I've seen your sins and they're beautiful and pitiful
I crumble everytime the watch hits nine,
I pray it won't hit nine

And I know it's a shame
How you'd die for this game
And I know it's a shame
I still tell me the same
It was all a losing game

It's like a plague running thru it's strain
Seduced by highs, penetrates the vain
You play hard in this shallow game
Procure the lies, sleeping with your stains

It's like a time when you lose your name
Extort the dime as you beg for fame
Come up for air do it over again
Tell me I'm wrong then you'll it again

I've buried deeper lies inside of you
I've seen your sins and they're beautiful and pitiful
I crumble every time the watch hits nine
I pray it won't hit nine

And I know it's a shame
How you'd die for this game
And I know it's a shame
I still tell me the same
There is no one left to blame



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