Every day is one more inch of a slow play, sinking in.
Vision fading, suffocating inside my own skin.

And I’m fighting the stranger in my eyes
And I know that only one of us will survive
If I can’t save us I got to save myself.

I can’t stay here in this place,
Slowly freaking out, I’m slowly freaking out.
I can’t breathe
You’re a disease
I’m slowly freaking out, I’m slowly freaking out
And out and out again.

Enigmatic, so close, static
This feeling I can’t shake.
But just remember that I want you
My will can never break.

And I’m fighting the stranger in my eyes
And I know that only one of us will survive
If I can’t save us I got to save myself.

I can’t stay here in this place,
Slowly freaking out, I’m slowly freaking out.
I can’t breathe
You’re a disease.
I’m slowly freaking out, I’m slowly freaking out
And out and out again.

I can’t stay here in this place,
Slowly freaking out, I’m slowly freaking out.
I can’t breathe
You’re a disease.
I’m slowly freaking out, I’m slowly freaking out
And out and out again.



Lyrics submitted by PoetryBird, edited by Aiedail101

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