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Tayler Bailey

Rookie (March 28 / Belleville)

You'll Never Understand


You'll never understand
The scars on my wrists
You'll never understand
Why my hands are in fists
You'll never understand
The tears on my cheek
You'll never understand
How Im so weak
You'll never understand
The reasons for cutting
You'll never understand
Why the pills keep popping
You'll never understand
Why I keep shaking
You'll never understand
All the drugs Im taking
You'll never understand
The marks on my neck
You'll never understand
Why I'm such a wreck
You'll never understand
Why I do all of it
You'll never understand
One little bit
You'll never understand
Because your not like me
You'll never understand
'Cause you dont know me anymore... see?

Submitted: Tuesday, June 08, 2010
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