I'm looking at pictures of myself smiling
With people I don't talk to or even talk shit on anymore
I want to talk about them with you
I want to tell you about my past
I want to tell you about trips I took when I was running away
Or fist fights I got into that got me out of class
I want to tell you about everything
I wish you could've been there
I wish you could've saved me that summer I swore
Pictures of planes crashing into bridges was the only way to express how I felt
Making broken seals in dissolvable stitches
Tracing new found veins into each tiny digit
And staring at screens
Living life around a battery
Oh I'm sorry, I can't go out
I'm stuck inside
Watching everything eventually go
But I'm happy
Because if you let me
I will watch you die
I can't take how easily the earth moves underneath my feet
But I'm too, too restless to sleep, no I haven't even rest in weeks
I've been trying to find similarities in others that I could see
Is this all real life or is this just all bad tv
Why are we so afraid to watch the dead when they finally die
Is it because we see their opportunities pass them by
There's a family in a cemetery
There's a family in a home
If I can't even afford a grave for myself
Then why am I so afraid of dying alone


Lyrics submitted by xshedx

Grand Edge, MI song meanings
Add your thoughts

1 Comment

sort form View by:

Add your thoughts

Log in now to tell us what you think this song means.

Don’t have an account? Create an account with SongMeanings to post comments, submit lyrics, and more. It’s super easy, we promise!

Back to top
explain