Treasure Island

Joseph Orton

(22-11-1994 / England)

Cocaine Dreams


Shatter Me With Your Words.
Rebuild Me With Your Kiss.
Tell Me When You're High Enough, For This To Be Bliss.

Pure White Cocaine Dust.
Numb My Emotions Into Rust.
Beauty Hit's When The Beast Lets Rip.
Fill My Mind With That Cocaine Hit.

Dash Away From Reality.
Never Let Go Of Me.
Smudge Me In.
Take Me Now.
Cocaine Dreams, Show Me How.

Another World.
Another Lie.
Take Me Home To Paradise.
Oblivion Makes Sense To Me.
Every Single Part Of Me.
Cover Up My Despise.
And Watch Me Re-Rise.

Powdered Polish.
Powdered Rent.
How Much, Until I Am Spent?
If You Take The Last Line.
Everything Will Be Mine.
It Could Never Hurt To Just Let Go.
Now We're On An All Time Low.

Dash Away From Reality.
Never Let Go Of Me.
Smudge Me In.
Take Me Now.
Cocaine Dreams, Show Me How.

Did It Ever Occur To You.
That Cocaine Was Made For Two?
Broken Rocks.
Shattered Diamonds.
Beautiful Miscreation’s.
Cocaine Dreams, You Have To Stay.
Cocaine Dreams, For You, I Will Pay.
When You're Gone.
I Will Be Gone.

No More Dreams.
I'll Runaway.
Never Again Will I Say.
''What A Beautiful Ending To A Traitorous Day''
Cocaine Dreams, You May No Longer Stay.

Submitted: Monday, April 29, 2013
Edited: Friday, September 20, 2013
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