Waiting on the telephone
I can't leave the room
Maybe you'll call me
When I'm through the door
All these hopeless hours
Starring at the wall
I can't move my body
I can't speak

The sky is dark and noisy
Voices in my head
That tell me that I'm
Free again
No more chains
Free again

Hey Hey Hey
I don't love you anymore
Hey Hey Hey
I don't love you anymore

I look into the mirror
A stranger's watching me
Trembling lips
A cold shining in his eyes
The cage of my broken body
Only one way to escape
A screaming nightmare
I dream in red

The sky is dark and noisy
Voices in my head
That tell me that I'm
Free again
No more chains
Free again

Hey Hey Hey
I don't love you anymore
Hey Hey Hey
I don't love you anymore
.........
I see your face in the crowd
Now it's time to sleep
I see fear and loathing
In your eyes
Why don't you touch me, baby?
This is the end
Come and feel the
cold knife in my hand

Voices in my head
That tell me that I'm
Free again
No more chains
Free again

Hey Hey Hey
I don't love you anymore
Hey Hey Hey
I don't love you anymore


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    reminds me of a poem by german poetrist ulla hahn, called "nie mehr". it's about someone who's in love but whose love is not returned. she talks about how she doesn't dare to leave the house because he might call her, and how she's seeing him in every stranger who walks past her window.

    in the end, she curses him, tells him to go to hell but at the same time she asks the devil to bring him back to her.

    realistic, well-known situation, isn't it?

    peavyon March 22, 2009   Link

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