Standing on the Edge of summer
The feeling I felt, felt so alright
I looked up and saw the stars in the sky that night.
And you see why i have no dreams left in my head
And you see why im still dead,
But do you know how i died?
But do you care, that im standing there...
Walking on the side of Autumn,
Did you see the things i brought them?
Those presents they enjoyed so much,
And i weakend by the touch of your hand.
You still take them for granite.
And you see why i cant sleep at night,
And you see how anger fills my fright,
But do you know what starves my sin?
Intoxicated Again....
Crawling along the start of Winter,
You felt me want to kiss her.
As i pulled the sheets over me,
You stabbed me in the back. Betrayl...
How i let my guard down..
And you see why i cant stay up in the day,
and why i always seem to notice you in every way.
And when the sun turned black
, you saw that i turned back,
And as the sun turned so bright, you saw me kill myself that night,
Running in the middle of Spring,
You heard that heavenly voice sing
The assassin is so close
And your hipocrisy is drawing to an end
The four corners of the world are met, and soon you'll forget, what iam and who i know, and where to go, And what part of me was left to fade..
The Assassin's Blade...

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