Treasure Island

Suicidal Happiness

(The graves in my mind)

Take Away Your Mind


Today is the day that we all realise the world will someday end
That no one is your friend
All you are is wrong
And we’ve all been waiting so long
For your immaculate death
So don’t waste a breath
Today could be your very last day
So soak it up and runaway
Get it trouble because no liked you to begin with
And as a race we were made from sin
Love and hate go hand in hand
You were meant to protest for a cause and take a stand
And drugs are nature made to inhale
We were meant to party till we are cold and pale
We all judge on looks not knowing the full story
But sometime the full story is just so boring
So live it up and get ready to die
Cause life is fucked anyway and no one will know why

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

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