Set in my ways I am changing
Every single move your making
Sense of analyzed predictions
Far beyond our comprehension

I’ve been tortured with arriving
Thoughts that stop a star from shinning
Kill me now before I’m sober
So I die before it’s over

My skins dying because you under it
I’m done lying to myself for this.
For all the wonder in believing man it’s making me weak
I’ll fade away & classify myself as Obsolete!

Set in my stone I am changing
Every other move your making
Sense of dramatized inflictions
That intensifies the tension

I’ve been tortured with denying
Walks on water semi-blinding
Faith ain't the stronger when I’m sober
I’ll survive until it’s over

My skins dying because you under it
I’m done lying to myself for this.
For all the wonder in believing man it’s making me weak
I’ll fade away & classify myself as Obsolete!

Set in form of separation
Pleading for cooperation
From the higher powers out there
Save me from this daily despair.

Undone I am re assessing
Common bonds that are reflecting
Higher powers waiting out there
Save me from this daily despair.

(Repeat chorus twice)

My skins dying
I'm done lying (Repeat for five times)


Lyrics submitted by pewpewngga

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  • +1
    My OpinionFor me, this is the song that can suits well to someone who's sick and tired of his hard times due to everything surrounding him.

    He's tired of all bad treatments that has given to him by every single one of his acquaintances, including 'thoughts that stop a star from shining' and 'tortured with denying' in any form of that denial. Then he feels like it's better for him to get rid of his existance from those harmful environment.

    Eventually, he decided to just 'fade away' from all of those, and consider himself as an "obsolete" for those things, with hoping that those bad things won't approach him again and just forget him.
    pewpewnggaon November 20, 2016   Link

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