Broken doll, baby
And she says that
"Life's a waste"
It doesn't have to be that way

Dad threw away her mom
Her mom gave up his name
Crucified by their words
Nailed by shame

She stares into the sun
Self-inflicted pain
She sees that they're blind
Why does she take all the blame?

The rhyme has changed
Compulsion rules
Mary's little lambs
Are now raised by wolves

A voyeur with wings
Flashes a cure
She knows forbidden things
They have a lovely lure

It's alright, it's okay
Welcome to this life
Killin' time
Just watchin' the grass grow

It's alright, it's okay
Welcome to this life
Don't worry, sweet baby
'cause it's over before you know

Persecuted, she's not normal
I envy her strange ways
Seven deadly sins
Seize the hour seize the day

Her ideas need expression
Her wounds never bleed
Her beauty lives in my eyes
Too bad, she can't see

She doesn't try
I watch her spirits die
But giving up the ghost
Would feel so good

A voyeur with wings
Flashes a cure
She knows forbidden things
They have a lovely lure

It's alright, it's okay
Welcome to this life
Killin' time
Just watchin' the grass grow

It's alright it's okay
Welcome to this life
Don't worry sweet baby
'cause it's over

It's alright, it's okay
Welcome to this life
Killin' time
Just watchin' the grass grow

It's alright, it's okay
Welcome to this life
Don't worry sweet baby
'cause it's over

Crumbling Camelot
Idle teardrops
Cloudy diamonds
Freebase fun house

Expecting to fly
But she's just standing still
Every time she gets it up
She just can't close the deal

So she gives herself another way out
Walks her dog for the 50th time and files her nails
Till they bleed and she cries now
She doesn't have to try



Lyrics submitted by Theresa_Crane

"It's Alright It's OK" as written by Leah G. Andreone Leah Andreone

Lyrics © Warner Chappell Music, Inc.

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