Time takes us all, don't fear it.
But act now, seize the day, disobey, or you'll die to regret it.
I made the same mistake before & love became a war before it had started.

Life takes us all, don't waste it.
I can't preach, the leech of shame I've tasted twice & it spliced my heart with a genome of evil.
Bastard impure & primeval.

Once we were a duo of love & care.
A love so necessary, a war so fair.
Once we were damaged beyond repair.
And now I hold on to fragments of memories stripped bare.

How do we know when enough is enough?
Crawling through a bramble bush of questions marks is tough.
Two little boats upon waves so rough.
You survived the storm whilst I'm left belly up.

She showered me with hate so cold, so damp.
I bottled up concentrated love.
This fascist beast she brings me down.
But time will tell who will prevail.

Rule 1: Never ever let them get into your mind.
Penetrate your cortex with a vortex of bullshit.

Rule 2: Never compromise beyond the point of no return or burn your principals like the foolish.

Rule 3: Never ever start a family with the enemy.
Memories sit more comfortably amongst sanity.

Surgically removed from you with zero anaesthetic.
You were my twin, the opposite to my pathetic.
How am I supposed to believe a single word you said when the love you had for me is rotten & the seeds we planted dead?


Lyrics submitted by Chrissalix

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