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Don't hesitate to remember everything
From this never ending drama monologue
Don't leave your hate in surrender
Try to save
All the friends you have lost

Save yourself from everything that you have learned
Save yourself from all trust you never earned
We will all learn from the burning out
We will all learn from the liar's mouth
Save yourself from everything
You have learned

It's easy to forget
Where you are and where you've been
So far in this business of inconsistent paper stars
So let us die, but let us live
If you want blood, there's none to give
So just stop asking for right
To drain us all too dry tonight

Save yourself from everything that you have learned
Save yourself from all trust you never earned
We will all learn from the burning out
We will all learn from the liar's mouth
Save yourself from everything
You have learned
You have learned
You have learned

It's easy to forget who you are
In this business of these paper stars

It's easy to forget who you are
In this business of these paper stars

It's easy to forget who you are
In this business of these paper stars

It's easy to forget who you are
In this business of these paper stars



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