© 2002 Richard Rump All Rights Reserved
Woke up world gone grey
Woke up it lost all the color
Woke up changed forever
And dont you know the words?
And dont you know the lines?
And dont you understand?
How about I let it out and say goodbye?

Woke up my body is changed
Woke up all for nill
Woke up time stood still
And dont you hear the growls?
And dont you hear the howls?
And dont you wanna scowl?
So how about I let it out and say goodbye.

And theres something deep inside of me
(Oh please mother let me)
And therss something deep inside of me
(and times just hearing me to go)
And theres something deep inside of me
(Fucking watch out below)
And its coming again!
The animal within
Not just coming
No just inside of me!


Washed my face its all furry,
Washed my dreams
I washed my thoughts
And dont you fear me one?
And dont your fear me son?
And dont you fear me all?
So how about I let it out and say goodbye?


Theres something deep inside of me
(Run and hide and wait until its light)
And theres something deep inside of me
(Its about time you hear me and let me go)
And theres something deep inside of me
Now let it go.
Now let it go.
Now here it comes, let it get away!

I need somebody somebody who can take me for I am not what I appear.
Somebody can hold me and take me here as I swear.
I need somebody somebody who can hold me somebody who can fucking understand me
for the world for me is about to end now let it go, now let it get away!

Wounded sister
Pride for this good
Change in my life
For its fighting right
Blinded by these only last Dreams
Coming once more
Fearful sister
Don't you dare look up to me.

This is something left inside my mind
This little thing that lurks within my head!
It can't feel if I am living as myself
Its overtaken my mind, its breathing this good.

Fear me no one this thing inside
It is just me reaching out in time
Hear me someone my pleas are crying out
All this looking is this not devoute?
Simple knowing two little worlds
Simply I'm chasing outside the fold
Heres what I'm running away half the time
Heres where I'm crying this thing that lives inside.
This thing thats deep inside of me
Yes this thing that lurks inside
This animal thats inside of me
Oh please let me be
As myself who
Bitten by me
It is not my fault
It is not your fault
It is just me
Please wont you hear me?
This little Dream, that I've had and I can't scream
It being something on the edge of my Dream
Heres where I fall down simple shifting out
Heres where I change out from this little devoute.

ha right cha'

(Yes I can't get this away)

Woke up next day prayed
Woke up totally the same
Living here and not just knowing
And living here you must understand
Thankfully you can understand
Thankfully I can be a man
Thanks to not only me
This thing thats deep inside of me
For, now I am free.

Lyrics submitted by NewfoundRule

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