fell in love deep with my imagination
The man of pretend,that isn't him
one that holds me dearly threw the nights
Whispering to me perfectly that it'll be alright
Hold my arms gently around my forgotten waist
regardless of what reality says my imagination says its okay.
Hello darling,remember the promises you made me last night,
suppressed upon my knife when I was shaking
from tears so nearly to finish engraving your name against my wrist
It's alright my love,I promise I'm not crazy.
Its just your not the one that you use to be.
I cant stop the yelling cant stop the screaming
I know I'm burying my self deep in my self pity
but watch I'll be unburied shortly
the knife cuts the veins let the blood wash away all the pain.
Stare upon them blue turns to red
just like a pink rose turns to black
upon the floor it lays dead
never to come back.
Tell me darling,though I pretend.
Do you still love me,
or do I need to fall into my imaginations arms again
screams they echo reality cuts out my soul.
I'm begging to be in your arms..
but I don't know if its you I need.
Or just the thought what I pretended you to me.
If not let me fall into denials arms gracefully
Bury my deeply and let my tombstone read
"Upon the grave let her lay
her mind peaceful while her bones rot and decay
the times will pass day by day.
But for an eternity she'll think that everything will be okay.
Pretend he loves me, pretend I'll be
everything the one that puts together his destiny
though it'll remain only as a lie.
Better to love in deny, then lay dead in a painful corpse drowned in the tears I cry."
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