Sink your teeth into me please
Wouldn't that be easier
Than how you're going about it now
Cause I know you're trying hard
To stab me in the back
But silence doesn't work as cover
When you're found out
Used to be I knew you closely
But was I mistake wholly
Fooled by this long friendship
On which I thought we'd embarked
But reflection seems so pointless
With our bridges burning bright
So I'll chisel your epitaph tonight
turncoat six feet down
And no one sheds a tear
At first I refused to believe
I said there was no way
That words so cruel
Could ever come from you
But you lost the benefit of doubt
And now I could care less
Which agony or fire
You're thrown to
Most times enemies last longer
Than good friendships cause they're stronger
Never phased by time or distance
Hate will carry on
So accept delivery of my worst regards
And read them twice
I hope they'll scar your heart coal black for lifetime


Lyrics submitted by GrandMasterSP

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