"Sometimes" as written by and Les Reed/barry Mason....
How can we live?
Why don't we die?
Like rats in a cage, try to survive
With all the stupid things
Life puts you through
It makes you insane
Makes you come unglued

Seen a crackwhore give birth to a baby
On the dirty broken city street
It made me so sick that I didn't give a shit
So I just walked away

Sometimes I hope that the sun
Will never rise again
I hold my breath at night and I pray
That I wake up dead

Sometimes I hope that the sun
Will never rise again
I hold my breath at night and I pray
That I wake up dead

Burn down the house, city and state
Destroy all the walls
That they try to create
Never forget this hypocrisy
It's all too much, all too much for me
All too much for me
All too much for me

Sometimes I hope that the sun
Will never rise again
I hold my breath at night and I pray
That I wake up dead

Sometimes I hope that the sun
Will never rise again
I hold my breath at night and I pray
That I wake up dead

Sometimes I hope that the sun
Will never rise again
I hold my breath at night and I pray
That I wake up dead

Sometimes I hope that the sun
Will never rise again
I hold my breath at night and I pray
That I wake up dead

I pray that I wake up dead
I pray that I wake up dead
I pray that I wake up dead
I fucking pray, That I wake up dead today


Lyrics submitted by Jad_Dragon

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