I'm gonna take you inside my thoughts...
Deep in my head, where everything runs red...
CONNECT with everything that's dead
NOW IT'S YOUR TURN TO BE MISLED

WELCOME TO MY NIGHTMARE
DON'T CHOKE ON THE FLAMES
PICK TO YOUR ADVANTAGE
YOU'RE GONNA DIE ANYWAYS
SOME SHARP GLASS SHATTERED...
NOW PLEASE DON'T BE AFRAID
SOME FALLEN EMOTIONS
SCRAPING FINGERNAILS
(this is what you started)
AND YOU CAN'T STOP THIS!!

(chorus)
THIS WON'T END UNTIL YOU'RE DEAD!!
(end)

I KNOW YOU GOT BACK INSIDE THIS!!
BUT STILL I'M BREAKING YOU DOWN
BECUZ IN MY NIGHTMARE
THE PAIN WILL KEEP GOING ROUND & ROUND
NOW (YOU) CAN'T (LEAVE) WHAT YOU BROUGHT
I'LL STILL BREAK THE BROKEN!!
DEATH WAS NEVER THE QUESTION
THE KNIFE WILL STILL BE RED
LIFE CAN'T BE THE QUESTION
BECAUSE YOU'RE ALREADY DEAD!!

(chorus 2x)

and then comes the angel
my one pure angel
with the tears rolling down
and the scars cut so deep
this has to end
THIS WILL NEVER END!!

THIS IS FOR ALL THE PAIN
THIS IS FOR ALL THE IGNORANCE
THIS IS FOR ALL THE LOSS!
NOW DIE YOU BITCH!!!!

NOW LAY WITH HIM
DIE WITH HIM
PRAY FOR HIM
CUZ YOU'VE ALREADY F*CKED WITH HIM!
LIKE ME!!
YOU THREW THE PRESSURE ON ME!!
NOW THAT YOU'RE OUT OF ME!!
I CAN BE FREE!!!

why must i feel this way?

(chorus 3x)


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