(O. Jean)

For so long chaos was all you knew
And troubled thoughts, they only grew and grew
Until a web of lies was weaved
But how long can it really last
Steering blindfolded and oh, so fast

The calm after the storm
is a strange, strange place - I warn you
When the coup de grace sets you free
Catch yourself daydreaming about violence
'Cause you're not used to the silence
Of camaraderie

Balanced on the edge of a crumbling wall
What a sad excuse to make yourself look tall
Showing off your bruised up knees
There's no one left for you to impress
That crowd below you couldn't care less

The calm after the storm
is a strange, strange place - I warn you
When the coup de grace sets you free
Catch yourself daydreaming about violence
'Cause you're not used to the silence
Of camaraderie

Surprised how quickly things can change
Deranged to quiet and back again
When will the madness end
You wake up from a jolt of fear
Feels like you've been sleeping for one hundred years

The calm after the storm
is a strange, strange place - I warn you
When the coup de grace sets you free
Catch yourself daydreaming about violence
'Cause you're not used to the silence
Of camaraderie


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