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Start Trouble – Please Leave lyrics

What would I need drugs for?
To keep my mind off you
Why do I lock myself, in my room? Alone.
And I was scared
That the world would make me numb
And I would become like it
Someday they will pay for all of this
Chorus:
Break, break, shatter the mirror
Glass, glass, glass in my hand
Blood, blood, blood on the counter
And I don't think you'd ever understand
Hurt, hurt, hurting my feelings
Fuck, fuck, my self-esteem
Shut, shut, the door and let me be
Some things are just wrong with me
Why do I cut myself?
To keep my mind off you
Why do I hate myself the way I do? I do.
And I was scared
That the world would make me numb
And I would become like it
Someday they will pay for all of this
Chorus:
Look at me now
Look at me hurt myself tonight
Look at me now
Look at me, look at me
Hurt myself tonight
Break, break, shatter the mirror
Glass, glass, glass in my hand
Blood, blood, blood on the counter
And I don't think you'd ever understand
Hurt, hurt, hurting my feelings
Fuck, fuck, my self-esteem
Shut, shut, the door and let me be
Some things are just wrong
Please leave
Please leave



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