Hell is where you put me
And hell is where you're going to
Until the next life
I say this twisted prayer for you
May the torment you put out
Come back around twice multiplied.
Even though you let me go
I've got to let you know
I'd cry if you died.

The past is where you see me
The past is what will bring you down
Destiny a moon eclipsed
In the shadows all is darkness now
May the evil in your heart
Be your one and only friend for life
You pretend I don't exist
I have to let you know
I'd cry if you died
Somewhere special
Voices form words

And the words have meaning
So I reach out for someone new
And I wonder

Will it ever be alright
(then I hear you secret radio
Signaling that its time to go)
Hell is where you put me
And hell is where well meet again
I will be waiting

To repeat a scene that never ends
Molten pools of mockery
Reflect a million sleepless nights
Even though you acted low
I've got to let you know
I'd cry if you died


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I'd Cry If You Died Lyrics as written by Mark Allen Mothersbaugh Gerald V. Casale

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