So, leave me hanging here again, it’s not worth the risk.  
You always get me with your lies. 
I always put up a fight, but I don’t feel like struggling anymore.  
We’ve said our last goodbyes, and I’m telling you 
I’m a mess ‘cause you left me that way, it’s eating me like cancer. 
So turn around and forget me, just go! 
 
Your lies crawls under my skin. 
 
Do you even care if it’s not enough to feel? 
It’s never what it seems to be. 
But is it worth to lose my memory? 
Never asked me how I felt about it. 
You say that I am vulnerable. 
But I’m the one who’s wearing white at your funeral. 
 
Finally, I can breath again, but as the lonely night cries 
I’m cutting through your lies. 
I believe I’ll be just fine, it’s dripping softly, getting through. 
But never as deep as I want it to. 
 
Your lies crawls under my skin. 
 
Do you even care if it’s not enough to feel? 
It’s never what it seems to be. 
But is it worth to lose my memory? 
Never asked me how I felt about it. 
You say that I am vulnerable. 
But I’m the one who’s wearing white at your funeral. 
 
I’m wearing white at your funeral. 
 
Your lies crawls under my skin. 
 
Do you even care if it’s not enough to feel? 
It’s never what it seems to be. 
But is it worth to lose my memory? 
Never asked me how I felt about it. 
You say that I am vulnerable. 
But I’m the one who’s wearing white at your funeral. 
 
I’m wearing white at your funeral. 
I’m wearing white at your funeral.


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