Seven years alone
One less and she was gone
And everybody knows by now
They're tired of me whining

But I'm hole now
I'm hole because she's strong
I'm hole now
But I'll break before the dawn

You don't have to know me
You don't have to believe
I'm sick of all you people
I'm sick of what you see

But I'm hole now
I'm hole because she's strong
I'm hole now
But I'll break before the dawn

I don't know what's right
I can't take care of my life
But you don't have to worry
I won't ask you to
There's not much strength in this body
Not much to hold on to
I'm getting weaker now
But I'm still standing

But I'm hole now
I'm hole because she's strong
I'm hole now
But I'll break before the dawn
But I'm hole now
I'm hole because she's strong
I'm hole now
But I'll break before the dawn







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The Last V8 Lyrics as written by Per Gunnerfeldt Kristofer Lars Astrom

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    All the "hole" should be "whole", but yeah, this song rules.

    doommulleton April 16, 2011   Link

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