Hey, I'm sure I've been here before.
I must be in my living room again.
It's a mess but I'm used to this.
I guess my mother came home with her friend.

It's bad enough, I don't need anything.
Least of all, this.

You would cry. I would gladly die.
I would give my life to ease the pain.

It's bad enough, I don't need anything.
Least of all, this.

You are the one who takes and never gives back anything at all,
I want to blame you.
Upstairs, around the railing, you can find me chained to my respect,
I want to blame you now.

I dream of a place where you stayed a child.
I wake up believing it's real.
Dear sister, I wanted to save your life.
You're just as afraid.

You are the one who takes and never gives back anything at all,
I want to blame you.
Upstairs, around the railing, you can find me chained to my respect,
I want to save you now.


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