When it's all
About life
Then it can be enough
When you is what defines me
Then I be on my own
Rubberband-ish
And gone
Have I ever been here?
How I learned to disappear
How I learned to not be here

Silence is violence
So words seem to be the cure
But they are just little crutches
They don't get us halfway through
Guess what
I feel for you
To be verbally left out
No words mean no perception
Tell me
That is how
I learned to disappear
How I learned to not be here
How I learned to disappear
How I learned to not be here
How I learned to disappear
How I learned to not be here
How I learned to disappear
How I learned to not be here

How I learned to disappear
How I learned to not be here
How I learned to disappear
How I learned to not be here

When my laughter's kept within
And tears are all I got
To express sorrow and beauty
I guess that's not enough
Wash me
Away
Into a shade of gray
That is
Yeah
How I learned to disappear
How I learned to not be here
How I learned to disappear
How I learned to not be here
How I learned to disappear
How I learned to not be here
How I learned to disappear
How I learned to not be here

How I learned to disappear
How I learned to not be here
How I learned to disappear
How I learned to not be here
How I learned to disappear
How I learned to not be here
How I learned to disappear
How I learned to not be here

And what I
Wish for me
Is the strength to wait and see
And what I
Wish for us
Is the guts to run from our past
All the stupid things that scare us
All the stupid things that make us
All the stupid things that scare us
All the stupid things that make us

How I learned to disappear
How I learned to not be here
How I learned to disappear
How I learned to not be here
How I learned to disappear
How I learned to not be here
How I learned to disappear
How I learned to not be here


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