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Stuck in an endless dream
Voiceless screaming in my head
The last song upon my breath
endless rain upon my face

let me free. let me free.
ever free.
from blue blood to
tears
vanishing vision so clear

why live alone
with shadows on the wall
never look back
can't look back
say goodbye
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Submitted on June 07, 2010

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