I'm always so tired he said. I wish candy rain drops fell upon my head. The novelty of all I've seen has silenced me, silenced me and now, I lie In lies upon my bed. See my sky is falling down. I wish I could write a letter to myself explaining how I could get better some times. I cry myself to sleep hoping I can quiet all the demons reigning down on me in my head, Cause I can't breath. He Said I wanna to run away she said, from the mistrust I've trusted. The poverty of misery has wounded me, wounded me. And now a sea of fears fills up my bed. See my sky is falling down. I wish I could write a letter to myself explaining how I could get better some times. I cry myself to sleep, hoping I can quiet all the Demons reigning down on me in my head or I'm not breathing still. I'm always so alone a said. I wish candy raindrops fell upon my head. The poverty of jealousy is killing me, killing me and now I Cross my heart till I see red. See my sky is falling down. I wish I could write a letter to myself explaining how I could get better some times. I cry myself to sleep, hoping I can quiet all the demons reigning down on me in my head or I'm not breathing still.


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