Hey you
Out there
You laugh and say you care
But you won't
Set me free
Just take
What you see
Divide
And multiply by three
Into me
Is my one
Maybe I'll
Try and find
A stain inside of you
Hey I'm
Dead inside
I know it makes you
Why did I
Come untied?
I came untied
Yeah I'm
Dead inside
I know it makes you too
I know it makes you
Too
Here in my room
I'm alone
It's a home away from home
I'm stoned
Can't you tell
Hey you
Out there
You kill me till I'm well
But you won't
Set me free
Maybe I'll
Try and find
A stain inside of you
Hey I'm
Dead inside
I know it makes you
Why did I
Come untied?
I came untied
Yeah I'm
Dead inside
I know that it makes you too
I know it makes you
Too
Don't lie to me
I know how to read your face
Your sympathy
Is what you came to find
Don't lie to me
It's how you live without
Your sympathy
Your sympathy
Maybe I'll
Try and find
A stain inside of you
Hey I'm
Dead inside
I know it makes you
Maybe I'll
Try and find
The purest side of you
Yeah I'm
Dead inside
I'm dead inside
Why did I
Come untied
I came untied
Maybe I'm
Dead inside
I know that it makes you
Too
I know it makes you
I know it makes you
I know it makes you
I know it makes you
I know it makes you
I know it makes you
I know it makes you
I know it makes you
I know it makes you


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