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Don't run on me if I start to
Bleed and if my head pops off
Help me get it back on
Listen, I know more than the
Little voice in your head
"belong to me..." shut it off and it
Won't mean a thing and when
You close your eyes and it's
Impossible everynight, are your
Pretending it's been your friend
All long? forget your name
You're still the same and
Although I fall I'm still as tall
Listen, I know more than the
Little voice in your head
"belong to me..." shut it off and it
Won't mean a thing and when
You close your eyes and it's
Impossible everynight, are your
Pretending it's been your friend
All long? a shadow falls into
Your headlights don't pull away,
Don't question me Don't call on
Paper heroes to rescue you,
They'll follow you and and when they
Question your mind impossible?
It's possible I've been there once
Before I know why! I know why!
Now it's telling you to let go
But in your head you want more
And on and on... a shadow falls
Your headlights don't pull away,
Don't question me Don't call on
Paper heroes to rescue you,
They'll follow you and and when they
Question your mind impossible?
It's possible I've been there once
Before I know why! I know why!
Now it's telling you to let go
But in your head you want more



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