"Dead End Love Song" as written by Myke Terry, Brendan Alexander Macdonald and Mark Edward Castillo....
The weight fills my lungs again

Like a rushing tide, I tried to escape this

I'm at the bottom of the ocean

For you I've inhaled water

For this, I gave everything

just to make you understand




I'm just a shell

Fragments of a dream

Pieces of a broken man

Is what remains of me




I've eluded the mouths of a thousand desperate sharks, just to present my flaws

only to be humiliated by what I could not offer you




I'm just a shell

Fragments of a dream

Pieces of a broken man

Is what remains of me




I'm incomplete, incompatible. You don't have to rub it in.

You sank my self worth.

You were the anchor to a waterlogged vessel and I could never repay the debt I owe

Where would I be without you, pinning me to the ground?







I've eluded the mouths of a thousand desperate sharks, just to present my flaws

only to be humiliated by what I could not offer you




(this is all for you)

(this is all for you)




I'm just a shell

A fragment of a dream

Pieces of a broken man

Is what remains of me


Lyrics submitted by DownSetPerish

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