you say you like going to movies by yourself.
me too, won't you join me.
there's a party going on on the downstairs floor.
that's not a metaphor, won't you join me.

these days when i think about death i'm reminded of what i'd like to do while i'm alive.
if i said that it wouldn't include you, it would be a lie.

when was the last time that you spent the night outside?
for me it was summer, in toronto, with a stranger walking by my side.
forget the rules of boy meets girl.
two kids in a sometimes awful world
if i said that i wasn't lonely, it would be a lie.

it's like standing in the summer rain,
or feeling too small to notice any pain.
my only problems are in my head.
sometimes i think i'd rather be dead.
if i said i had no regrets, it would be a lie.


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