"Crack The Liar's Smile" as written by Anna Elisabeth Kjellberg and Maria Elisabeth Sjoholm....
I'm using life
It's true, I don't mind if you leave
You're fated, I'm always relieved
I hope you understood the words unsaid
So many rooms inside my head
(Too many different places)
Sometimes I'm dying to be dead
(Too many lovely faces)
It's like a poison to me…

I ain't what you see
I'm too scared to be
Won't you set me free?
Leave it all to be

I, I, I, I won't pretend
I'm not scared to death of being left alone
My love for you is still unknown
I'm getting closer and I use my wile
I crack the liars smile
(I won't just live my life to die)
I'm getting high from being vile
(There is no use to ask me why)
It's like a poison to me

I ain't what you see
I'm too scared to be
Won't you set me free?
Leave it all to be

I see you drowning in my lies
I crack the liars smile
I won't just live my life to die
I'm getting high from being vile
There's no use to ask me why
It's like a poison to me

I ain't what you see
I'm too scared to be
Won't you set me free?
Leave it all to be

I ain't what you see
I'm too scared to be
I ain't what you see
I'm too scared to be
Won't you set me free?
Leave it all to be


Lyrics submitted by WrathofCarnage

"Crack the Liars Smile" as written by Maria Elisabeth Sjoholm Anna Elisabeth Kjellberg

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    General CommentThis is one of my favorite songs from this group. I think that the song in part is about a person who's dying inside and hides it behind a smile.

    Someone who hides behind cheerfully over-forward mannerisms, and is forever subtly trying to put people off guard. It's camouflage. The person doesn't know why they do it, and they're begging someone to see through to the real them and just set them free.
    Oublietteon March 23, 2003   Link

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