One time, long ago I ripped myself up
Put on my lipstick, said I'm gonna give this shit up
I feared what I had to fear
Cause it's nothing, and I fear in something

I am yellow piss in a bad dream
This rocks for you I mean
I am this, and you are that
Cause it's something
What I am is nothing

I can't live in this world
Time beats you, crush your soul
Laugh at you
Breathing eyes
Cut my throat
Downtime, why me?

I'll wait there for you
I'll wait there for you
I'll wait there

That time long ago I still rip myself up
Took off my lipstick, and I didn't give the shit up
I feared what I had to fear
Still it's nothing, and I fear in something

I am little boy in a wet dream
This G.I. Joe it seems
I'll share this, and you share that
Cause it's something
What I am is nothing

Kill myself on my knees
While I tribe my disease
I need to take these pills
Slit my wrist
Downtime, why me?

I'll wait there for you
I'll wait there for you
I'll wait there

This old man, please die
I fall deeper
Toys of mine broken
I'll buy new toys
This bitch won't play with me
I could hurt her
This old trend dies hard, one more harder

Don't tell me I'm wrong
You didn't live this with me...
When I had my own
All this could've been, would've been
This is my own

Lyrics submitted by jt, edited by NFfan90

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