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What if I told you there is no tomorrow?
What if you watch me walk away by tomorrow?

(So many times, do I had to fight, before I understand who I am? Throw me away from myself. I need to get around! The Reaper is standing next to me! )

Time is now (Surrounded by shadows)
(A place by the corner of darkness)
Time is now, my final hour
(Close to insanity)

What if I told you there is no tomorrow?
If I told you I just can't hold on
What if you watch me walk away by tomorrow?
If I told you tomorrow will be gone!

(I am everything I need, what are these things that
Coming to me 'cause by who I was
I finally see myself in the mirror
I really understand what Iґm made of)

Time is now (Surrounded by shadows)
(A place by the corner of darkness)
Time is now, my final last breath
(Close to insanity)

What if I told you there is no tomorrow?
If I told you I just can't hold on
What if you watch me walk away by tomorrow?
If I told you, tomorrow will be gone, will be gone

All that I wish for is fading away
Will be gone, will be gone
All that I wish for is fading away

What if I told you...
What if I told you there is no tomorrow?
If I told you I just can't hold on
What if you watch me walk away by tomorrow
If I told you tomorrow will be gone

What if I told you there is no tomorrow?
If I told you I just can't hold on
What if you watch me walk away by tomorrow
If I told you tomorrow will be gone



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