I'm bleeding misery.
Oh, eternal discontent- how consistent.
The only thing stable in my life is how I try...
To still this beating mind, so that I can finally rest.
The essence of my character is that I'm unable to be without worrying.
The words of dead humans seem so much more sincere
Than the half-signed contracts that tend to occupy the open air.
Still this beating mind, so that I can finally rest.
The essence of my character is that I'm unable to be without worrying.






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Motionless Lyrics as written by Devon Williams

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    This song still gets stuck in my head so bad after I listen to it. Ahhh, I miss Osker.

    AllChokedUpon August 14, 2009   Link
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    ode to depression and suicide.

    agnostic_rabbion June 30, 2002   Link
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    pretty dope song yo

    1nONLYdhampireon July 02, 2002   Link
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    this song affected me more than any other song by osker if not ever..devons lyrics are how i feel and this song is just the ultimate in feeling the futility of life when surrounded by fuckers who ruin everything...you can't just stop this feeling when it is all you know

    idlewillkillon August 17, 2002   Link
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    woo hoo! im the first to comment on this song! what an honor... um... i really dont have much to say about it... its a catchy tune... ^_^

    MarsTheStrangeon June 15, 2002   Link

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