"Self Saboteur" as written by Nowell Rhys Fulber, Wilhelm Anton Leeb and Kristy Thrisk....
No one wins at this game
Throwing knives in your pain
And even though you're lying down now
You're fighting in a war zone
Between the world and your brain

You hide your pride
Why can't you see
Can't you see, can't you see
You are your own worst enemy

You are what you despise
Blame is only a compromise
Anger is your bow and arrow
It's better than a shield for your sorrow
But nothing's hurting inside

You hide your pride
Why can't you see
Can't you see, can't you see
You are your own worst enemy

All the good things you have
Always end up with someone else
And you blame that they are stealing
All the big plans you made
Will explode and you'll suffocate
From the anger you are feeling

You hide your pride
Why can't you see
Can't you see, can't you see
You are your own worst enemy

You hide your pride
Why can't you see
Can't you see, can't you see
You are your own worst enemy

You hide your pride
You are your own worst enemy
You hide your pride
You are your own worst enemy



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"SelfSaboteur" as written by Nowell Rhys Fulber Kristy Thrisk

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