"My Scream" as written by and David George Schelzel....
I bought all the lines you sold me dear,
and you know I spoke them well
I wore all the clothes you brought me dear,
and you know I wore them well
I don't want to scream
but it's the saddest scene I've ever seen before
today

I walked through the sets you placed on stage,
and you know I strode through tall
I watched as you ripped them all to shreds,
and you know I miss them all
I don't want to scream
but it's the saddest scene I've ever seen before
today

locked up in my soul
locked up in my heart

I don't want to scream
but its the saddest scene I've ever seen before
and if you stop and really think what I mean
you'd see that I was better than before
My Scream


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"My Scream" as written by David George Schelzel David Schelzel

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