"Sense of Self" as written by and Samuel Mischa Mullaly John Hilaire Bourke....
You know we're here,
Each and every day you're coming back again,
For fragments of the truth then you're away,
Again, we watch you fall away.

You tell us now,
Even as we turn to look the other way,
That pleasure was your fashion but you've changed,
Oh no, everything's the same.

Don't you realise, you've been running from the past for all these years, all these years?

The temperature and the time,
Increases beyond control,
You lose your sense of self,
You lose your sense of self.

Your love is a house of glass,
That's fractured beyond repair,
You've seen this place before,
You've seen this place before

Move yourself,
Closer to the edge before you take a glance,
And balance fear with hurt before you stay,
Before, you throw yourself away.

Don't you realise, you've been running from the past for all these years, all these years?

The temperature and the time,
Increases beyond control,
You lose your sense of self,
You lose your sense of self.

Your love is a house of glass,
That's fractured beyond repair,
You've seen this place before,
You've seen this place before

As we leave this place you're sitting on the ground,
Wipe that smile away, we never will be found.


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