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This Bi-Polar Bear isn't so soft & cuddly
It cuts itself and enjoys it
Blood flows and shows the scars
Bruised & Beaten by emotion

I pray for someone to love me
and some people do
but i hate myself
Through & Through

Guitar string of deepness
Strangles me into near death
Wander this world
Confusion is not just a word

Visions of red turn to blue
Born this way, who knew?
Baby so sweet & innocent
Grow man blind & translucent

Influence of the future
To bleak to care anymore
Open eyes only to close again
Caress my skin, make me feel warmth

Only hell can warm this cold being
Flames make me feel alive
Destroyer of Goodbye
Today dear is just another tear
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