I can't go on
Deflate the air from both of my lungs
Fears one by one followed me home
And became reality

I'm a failure, I'm a freak
I'm a chip on your shoulder
Last thing you need
Shudder earthquakes at the thought
Of a life that's meaningless
And with such a promising past
That you can always count on me
To choke the end

I can't go on
Deflate the air from both of my lungs
I'll be gone long before daylight shows its face
Well honestly I'm taking big stride
In a race toward normalcy

Where more is more and less is weak
Where love is crap
Emotion speaks for us all
What's really right
Who's who to say
I can survive alone again
Figured that out the hardest way
The forecast calls for fire
Flame sounds nice today

I can't go on
Deflate the air from both of my lungs
I'll be gone long before daylight shows its face
It's old and worn and its mouth smiles no more
Now I'm worth my weight potting soil
Maybe I tried too hard to care

I left a note on your bed
I don't recall what it said
Something like how I'm completely miserable
And how I'm better off dead

I can't go on
Deflate the air from both of my lungs
I'll be gone long before daylight shows its face
Its old and worn and its mouth smiles no more
I'm worth my weight potting soil
Maybe I tried too hard to care

I can't go on
Deflate the air from both of my lungs

Written By GUGLIELMO, CHRISTOPHER JOHN / GHANBARIAN, NICK / O'SHEA, JACK A / RANERI, ANTHONY S

Lyrics © Another Victory Publishing


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