You've been away, you took your time
You lost your mind, now you are mine ...
Locked in a basement of a house you never been to
... I'll be kind

I'll spare you all the courtesy
The higher praise, the sublime
And when your scream your anger out
I'll tell you: "you'll be fine" ...

I think I'm leaving you, for a while
And when you'll wake up, you'll be fine
Some things are better left behind
Just let your body be your mind

And its becoming dark and cold
Your feet are numb, your shoulder cry
The chains cut through your flesh
You bearly move, but yet you smile

As silhouettes appear before your eyes
You wave them off, until they die
Then morning creeps in through the shades
Some cars are passing by ...

I think I'm leaving you, for a while
And when you'll wake up, you'll be fine
Some things are better left behind
Just let your body be your mind


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