I'm so hurt inside, crying
All this pain is wearing me out
So alone and confused
Ashamed and afraid to die
There's fire in eyes, but nothing in between
And it seems like this is the worst place to be

And I
I hope I never feel like this again

A pile of rust, sadness and dust
has been laid on my pillow tonight
I'm disgusted by that sight
I'm haunted by a plague so vile
And this tower's as doomed as the toombs underneath
Those layers of grief, unchained and released

And I
I hope I never feel like this again

There's a roar outside in the dim city light
And the glass is shaking, your heart is pounding hard
And the car did crash and the lady's saying it's the man's fault
This darkness is weighing me down
This evil tries to corrupt my mind.

But I will never let it win
I will never throw the towel in
I hope I never feel like this again

Stand in the middle of a boxing ring
And you haven't practiced in 18 weeks.
Your opponent is sly and strong as an oxe
And he tries to derange your swirling thoughts.

And I
I hope I never feel like this ever again.


Lyrics submitted by welltempered

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