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Suicidal Happiness

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Against Society


Everybody dies but not everyone ever lives
When everyone else takes everything from you and you have nothing left to give
The world starts to fall burning to the ashes
All sanity built shakes and crashes
Massacres and terrorist becomes the victim
Everyone is insane just know the symptoms
She finally looks as weak as she feels
Body disintegrating as it tries to heal
Pain in her stomach it’s hard to breathe
Exhausted beyond compare, because she can’t sleep
Confusing words make the restless dumb
Too much medication can no longer make the world numb
Sickness and aches killing a soul
Being so warm and feeling cold
Skinny and pale, weak and sick
Breakable veins carrying blood that’s no longer thick
Serve the servants arrest the cops
We are all stuck but the world doesn’t stop
Assassination of the presidents and the bombing of their home
Suddenly caring for the broken and alone
Love the serial killers for that is the reason why they kill
We all have our opinions so say what you will
The government destroys the world, justice is never free
I hate everyone, Raise Against Society

Submitted: Wednesday, July 24, 2013
Edited: Thursday, July 25, 2013

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