Cryssi Lawliet

Rookie (11-14-97 / Minato-Ku, Tokyo Japan)

Disappear


All I've ever wanted to know
Has been moved outta place
I want to leave, want to go
But instead, I'll disappear without a trace

He held me together
When I was tearing at the seams
Now I'm shut away forever
Drowning in sorrow when I scream

I'm falling in blood and tears
I've known you for so long
And after all these years
You decide to say 'so-long'

He held me together
When I was tearing at the seams
Now I'm shut away forever
Drowning in sorrow when I scream

Don't pick me up
Just let me fall
You used me as back-up
But you never cared at all

He held me together
When I was tearing at the seams
Now I'm shut away forever
Drowning in sorrow when I scream

Let me just disappear
I swear I'll leave you alone
I just can't be here
I know my feeling was wrong

He held me together
When I was tearing at the seams
Now I'm shut away forever
Drowning in sorrow when I scream

Just stay the hell away
Don't even say my name
The pain will gather day-by-day
I'm tired of this game

Don't hold me together
Even if I rip at the seams
I'll stay shut forever
Drowning in sorrow, not bothering to scream.

Submitted: Sunday, November 03, 2013
Edited: Monday, November 04, 2013

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