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Gave in again
The bastard
Can't keep refusing rights
So he'll loan the cash
But the sin
Is on the hands of you
So to care or
Plead silence
Weak hands are calling
There's close enough
And there's too far
It won't change an empty stare (stare, stare, stare)
But I can't seem to end
These images
Hauntingly looks like hell (hell, hell, hell)

So to care or
Plead silence
Weak hands are calling

To care or
Plead silence
Weak hands are calling

Come, enter the foreign
Face, all that's shameful
Cheat, may the past find
Out, separating

To care or
Plead silence
Weak hands are calling

To end this
Catastrophic scene
Awake and breathe in

To care or
To care or
To care or
To care or



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    UnregisteredFeb 13, 2012 at 12:17 am
    I think this sonq has sumthin to do with druqs because of t he part were he says "he'll loan the cash but the sin is on the hands of you" and "weak hands are calling". Maybe this is someone he really cares about but doesnt know how to approach the situation
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    UnregisteredSep 19, 2011 at 8:39 pm
    Pain that I have been in - I want more than anything
    in the world to stop pain. No one should suffer.

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