The Feeling's Mutual

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Other  |  House: Booksie Classic
This is a song, preceding maggot eyes, this was written during my anticipation of what was to come, feedback is appreciated, thank you.

Submitted: January 31, 2009

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My broken list
has a blood stain on the first names down
and all the ink has run
away from the page onto your ballroom gown
if there's any sort of hope left in this body
I'll use your switchblade and I'll check my wrists

and it always starts
with every question answer series we are broke apart
and from every day I sit and ponder what to do til then
because you broke my heart
I hope that maybe someday I can tell you
but until then I'll cry

there might be blood if you don't mind
I'll keep you close behind that picture frame
and I'd look at you if I had the time
but you that face behind the glass doesn't look the same
now your a stranger to the mirror
you watch your tongue on every word
and it leaves a bitter taste

and it always starts
with every question answer series we are broke apart
and from every day I sit and ponder what to do til then
because you broke my heart
I hope that maybe someday I can tell you
but until then I'll cry

its like a tattoe on my pillow
when my thoughts spill out my eyes
I found a second way to keep me breathing
but it only works at night
I've gone so long without a change
I can't remember
is this the only way to start a day

and it always starts
with every question answer series we are broke apart
and from every day I sit and ponder what to do til then
because you broke my heart
I hope that maybe someday I can tell you
but until then I'll cry

and it always starts
with every question answer series we are broke apart
and from every day I sit and ponder what to do til then
because you broke my heart
I hope that maybe someday I can tell you
but until then I'll cry


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