Reject, and deny me, with the face of a demon
Pulse that can't find it's own way
To light, to mouth
Still they say I should be alone
Left alone, stuck alone
In this padded hell
It's made for me
To each his own, fuck that shit

Feels like my soul's torn
To see another way
Take my shit
| My mouth is dry
| Just do it my way
| Save his own
| This feeling seems strained
| Live through this
| But my soul's in the way
| Give it
| Be it

Feel your cunt dripping
It all feels the same
The floor sure looks comfy
What a day to take away your pride
Eyes wide, mouth wider
Still I know how to be alive
Feelin' fine, you look so good
On your knees for me
Free, sick; always

Feels like my soul's torn
To see another way
Take my shit
| My mouth is dry
| Just do it my way
| Save his own
| This feeling seems strained
| Live through this
| But my soul's in the way
| Give it
| Be it

Still they feed you

You feel the strain that kills
You fucking lunatic
You are the one that walks away
It's old thinking shit
Take my everything
Take my last free thought


Lyrics submitted by thewhitepony33, edited by NFfan90

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    This is, by far, the most heavy and graphic song by Nothingface, yet it still is one of the best songs, the lyrics are graphic, but they still are excellent, and this song is nothing short of excellence, WORLD DOMINATION

    GrinninVillain6on June 03, 2002   Link
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    Always my go to song when I'm pissed and don't really feel like getting arrested

    staindfan37on December 03, 2010   Link

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