"Told You Once" as written by and Jordan Jeffrey Gatesmith....
Well I wouldn't have it any other way
Your body's fine but your mind is not ok
Well I think about some other day
My only wish is that you would stay
And I wish there was something I could do
'Cause I hate myself more than i hate you

And I told you once
And I'll tell you twice
There is nothing in this world I would sacrifice
And I can't be real
And I can't be nice
There is nothing in this world I would sacrifice
Sometimes my mind feels like an ashtray

That's just the price you have to pay
Feel like ships are gone but I feel fine today
And I wish there was somehting I could do
'Cause I hate myself more than I hate you

And I told you once
And I'll tell you twice
There is nothing in this world I would sacrifice
And I can't be real
And I can't be nice
There is nothing in this world I would sacrifice


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    General CommentI think this is just about being selfish, and wishing you could be more nice, caring and genuine but not being able to. It's self-conflifction; "I wish there was something I could do, I hate myself more than I hate you"
    and there being a level of care, but not enough for them to sacrifice their own selfishness for "I can't be real, and I can't be nice; there is nothing in this world I would sacrifice"
    obstacle2on April 10, 2016   Link

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