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(So close, deceived by the window that should never have been open anyway).

Now that I know, I know they found a hole in me... They found a hole in me.
I'm tired of hiding my face from the likes of my shame.
The world seems different watched through vengeful eyes.
In a panic I pray for what I know is not right.

And they know just how to get to me.

So rest those eyes. It's safe in here. Now take a breath.
I'll tell you what you wanna know, what you oughta know about them here.

(Blame is always tied to lies)

A conversation with a ghost can save me from what weighs the most,
And lift it from my weary chest.
Though I may forget...
Though I may forget...
Though I may forget... Who I am.

And they know just how to get to me.

So rest those eyes. It's safe in here. Now take a breath.
I'll tell you what you wanna know, what you oughta know about them here.

(You shatter then break, we came too close to what we hated my love.
You're sweet it's sad I never heard your voice)

You're sweet it's sad I never heard your voice.
Drifting by the light of your eyes.
You start to believe just like... like them, unlike me. Now take a bow.

And they know just how to get to me.

So rest those eyes. It's safe in here. Now take a breath.
I'll tell you what you wanna know, what you oughta know about them here.

(I feel the pressure, my nails against her. I'll never let her, never let her go)



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