Do you ever wish you’d never been born?
That’s me.
That’s me.
That’s me.

My lips are parting like sweet sorrow
I taste it
I hear the whimpering
The silence, then the sigh
The little ugly voice is stifled
Underneath my body
I feel it kicking in my stomach while it dies

Ask me why dying feels so good.

Do you ever wish you’d never been born?
Ask me
Ask me
Ask me
Do you ever wish you’d never been born?
That’s me
That’s me
That’s me

The resonance becomes a fist
And numbs my face
My teeth, my backbone
I’m learning that it gets easy to shut it out
And soon the life comes leaking out
It throws in death and dies alone
Tastes like copper losing taste
Smeared on my mouth

So speak to me, my little child
You dying baby
Stooped in ink, formaldehyde
The bubbles pop
Why can’t you grow?
I want to know
Am I so far gone?
Just writhing in the dirt
I’m lost and going on


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The Vulture (Nervosa) song meanings
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    General CommentI think it's about pregnancy loss/miscarriage (or abortion ?)
    xSternxon June 16, 2008   Link

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