"Misfit" as written by and Andreas Michael/child Carlsson....
You never close your eyes
You never sleep at night
You are an emotional nightmare
You are a misfit
You like to hurt yourself
And you don't know why
You're trapped inside your own hell
No one else knows your name

See the misfit in the mirror
See the freak that lives inside
See the misfit in the mirror cry
See the one nobody wanted,
Shattered by a world of lies
See the misfit in the mirror die

You always crash your car,
You're like a permanent scar,
You're just a walking disaster
You are the opposite of moving faster
When you've pushed around,
When all your walls fall down
And when they call you misfit it's so hard to stop the rage

See the misfit in the mirror
See the freak that lives inside
See the misfit in the mirror cry
See the one nobody wanted,
Shattered by a world of lies
See the misfit in the mirror die

I see you and I see everything that I hate
Darkness all around me, makes me suffocate

See the misfit in the mirror
See the freak that lives inside
See the misfit in the mirror cry
See the one nobody wanted,
Shattered by a world of lies
See the misfit in the mirror die


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"Misfit" as written by Desmond Child Andreas Carlsson

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    My InterpretationIt's about a person who has been abandoned ("See the one nobody wanted") because he/she is a misfit or a freak ("See the misfit in the mirror/See the freak that lives inside"). Lesley apparently hates this person because of it (the bridge). In the first two verses, she describes that they are cutting themselves ("You like to hurt yourself and you don't know why").
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