you don't tell me, that i'm wrong.
these secret meetings, cannot go on
you don't form me, don't you see,
feel their envy, consumed by greed.

your pride has taken me away.

why must always, for you i die
i have caught you, in too many lies
nothing changes, it's all the same
a different story, you're singing

your pride has taken me away

your pride has taken me away

now it's over, done for good,
because of you, it's understood,
pride, pride, pride, pride

and once again it's me not the anger,
the only one who gave a shit
you were only afraid,
hated by you,
i believed it in you, the only thing that i, i could do now, is fucking kill you
is it right insane? that i feel this way?
and know that you can't see?
cause i don't know what to say.
and know that i could do miserable stuff to you
and explain that the only reason i left is cause

your pride has taken me


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