You don't have those true eyes anymore
My expectations are gone when I'm at your door
I once was in your car
You said the road was getting wider and wider
There was no light, is that something to be ashamed of?

All the moments, what are they worth?
All the thousand unfinished paintings,
Were you worth it?
Were you entertained?
You, daysleeper
Keeping your head inside the darkness
Were you worth it?
Were you worth all the darkness?

Guess I'm like a little child, my name is naivety
My hands became dirty digging up my sincerity
Some flowers they grow where nothing else grows
Guess I was a flower to you
Blooming in sunshine
But I was blooming full time for you,
Thinking

All the moments, what are they worth?
All the thousand unfinished paintings,
Were you worth it?
Were you entertained?
You, daysleeper
Keeping your head inside the darkness
Were you worth it?
Were you worth all the darkness?

I once was in your car
You said the sky was getting whiter and whiter
Now, are you feeling fine?
Do you ever take a step backwards?
Thinking

All the moments, what are they worth?
All the thousand unfinished paintings,
Were you worth it?
Were you entertained?
You, daysleeper
Please, keep your head above the surface
Were you worth it?
Were you worth all the moments?

I am not sorry
I am not sorry


Lyrics submitted by LilyBear

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