"To Forgive" as written by and William Patrick Corgan....
Ten times removed
I forget about where it all began
Bastard son of a bastard son of
A wild eyed child of the sun
And right as rain I'm not the same but
I feel the same I feel nothing
Holding back the fool again
Holding back the fool pretends
I forget to forget nothing is important
Holding back the fool again
I sensed my loss
Before I even learned to talk
And I remember my birthdays
Empty party afternoons won't come back
Holding back the fool again
Holding back the fool pretends
I forget to forget nothing is important
Holding back the fool again
I forget to forget me
I forget to forget you see
Nothing is important to me
I knew my loss
Before I even learned to speak
And all along, I knew it was wrong
But I played along, with my birthday song
Holding back the fool again
Holding back the fool pretends
I forget to forget nothing is important
Holding back the fool again


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"To Forgive" as written by William Patrick Corgan

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    General CommentNobody commented
    capt.11491on April 18, 2017   Link
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    General CommentApathy indifference and blah blah blah period I won't waste my breath I'm telling you what this means because it's my life. And no is going to read this anyway. Who needs to forget that nothing is important I never knew that anything was important. Who actually had friends that came to a birthday party who has birthday parties. My father beat the shit out of me since I can remember meet my mom I got arrested the first time I was nine years old. My wife died giving birth to our daughter my mother blew her head off with a shotgun I'm dying of cancer and I'm happy about it how do you like that I can't wait to die.
    Cheer up John the worst is yet to come
    capt.11491on April 18, 2017   Link

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