"Wish You Were Dead" as written by Peter Joseph Fleming, Patrick Martin Leyden, Joseph Bates, Audrey M. Gallagher and Neal Calderwood....
I don't want to, go only like this,
And I don't need to, keep thinking like this,
Turned things over in my head,
Things I'v done and things I've said,
Better off this way you said,
But it's not easy to pretend.
When all I have is you,
Inside my head,
You're in my head,
And it would be much easier if you were dead,
I wish you were dead,
I wish you were.
I know things that, even you don't know,
And I've seen feelings, that you rarely show,
Poured your heart into your sleeve,
Now you're asking me to leave,
But How, how, how can I when.
When all I have is you,
Inside my head,
You're in my head,
And it would be much easier if you were dead,
I wish you were dead,
I wish you were.
When all I have is you,
Inside my head,
You're in my head,
And it would be much easier if you were dead,
I wish you were dead,
I wish you were.
I'll forget that I ever let you in,
And I'll pretend that,this isn't happening
Tried so hard to keep you out but nothing seems to make in any easier
When all I have is you,
Inside my head,
You're in my head,
And it would be much easier if you were dead,
I wish you were dead,
I wish you were.



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"Wish You Were Dead" as written by Joseph Bates Audrey M. Gallagher

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