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I Hurt Too
Author: RainFlyer8

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Itís Perfect, Right? Wrong.
I see beauty, I hear pain.
I live pain. Itís become my silent song.
I look happy, because Iím a good actress.
I see beauty, I hear pain.
Stop! Come any closer and Iíll scream, Iíll shriek!
I look happy, because Iím a good actress.
Because then youíll see through my illusion
Stop! Come any closer and Iíll scream, Iíll shriek!
Youíll expose me. Youíll rip my seams.
Because then youíll see through my illusion.
But it wouldnít be the first time.
Youíll expose me. Youíll rip my seams.
Iíve been torn to shreds before.
But it wouldnít be the first time.
Donít ever cry. Not for me. Iím not worth your tears.
Iíve been torn to shreds before.
Donít lie. I canít depend on you. Donít pretend you care.
Donít ever cry. Not for me. Iím not worth your tears.
Faking fearlessness. Feeling fearful. Facing fear.
Donít lie. I canít depend on you. Donít pretend you care.
My Never-Ending Hellish Nightmare.
Faking fearlessness. Feeling fearful. Facing fear.
I wonít cry. Not ever. Iím fragile, but far too proud.
My Never-Ending Hellish Nightmare.
Icy. Alone. Strong. Beautiful.
I wonít cry. Not ever. Iím fragile, but far too proud.
Vulnerable. Afraid. Separate from the crowd.
Icy. Alone. Strong. Beautiful.
Stop. Donít go. Donít leave me. Please!
Vulnerable. Afraid. Separate from the crowd.
I Hurt Too.

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