This is the end
This is the break
This is the last embrace

When I found him, in pieces strewn
Through the sand, fallen apart
I knelt down and started gathering up
Weight on my heart
I rebuilt him, and wrapped him in bandages
Its most of a start
Moments later, much earlier
Than the rescue
Leave what I fought

They’re only scars, They’re only scars
They’re only scars!
And when she’d stand and lie to me
Only scars
And all the cracks and lines that bleed
Only scars, scars!

No damage on me
With no arms around me
No need, no bleeding
This is the End
This is the break
This is the last embrace

He held his hands out to the crowd,
And they all gathered round
To see the boy, his fingers were full
And now I can’t seem to give out,
And the guests song has shout,
When the song, where four, now grew one more

Suddenly it shadows now, as his palms grew
And stretched out
And they screamed, and they kicked,
And some were lost in his grip
The sunlight in, no whimpers out
Saw his eyes and I had no doubt
That he, would lead to them freedom
He had found

Sweet surrender to nothing at all
Forever, no place
Need remember, the new band recall
Despair, with a trace
No damage on me
With no arms around me
No bandage on me
(This is the passing now, of my heart)
No me, no bleeding

They’re only scars (scars), left on me
(The last embrace!)
No damage on me
With no arms around me
No bandage on me (No bandage on..)
No me, no bleeding... (Embraaaace)
(We’re washed out bandaged...)


Lyrics submitted by BrokenSmile

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