Can you give me what I need?
A dose of reality could sure cure this disease
This is how I see it, I'm lying on the floor
This scene inside my head, no, no, no, I can't be sure

Wrap me around you
Feel me inside you
Take me where you want to
And hate me if you want to

Now I feel sick and diseased
And I feel contagious
And I feel so unclean
And I feel dangerous

Is this how you see me?
Hopeless, alone, and dark?
Do you think that I'm insane, mentally erased?

Wrap me around you
Feel me inside you
Take me where you want to
Hate me if you want to

Now I feel sick and diseased
And I feel contagious
And I feel so unclean
And I feel dangerous

Wrap me around you
Feel me inside you
Take me where you want to
And hate me

Now I feel sick and diseased
And I feel contagious
And I feel so unclean
And I feel dangerous

Now I feel sick and diseased
And I feel contagious
And I feel so unclean
And I feel dangerous

This is how I see it
This is how I see it
This is how I see it


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