Album: The Fall Of Ideals (2006)
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  • I wish I was free of this

    I see her in my dreams
    Wish that she wasn't there
    But she still haunts me and I
    Still feel her breath on me
    Still want to taste her skin
    But I know that won't kill me

    Now
    Still I choke on her lies
    Still from her last caress or goodbye

    Now all this sickens me
    This
    I can't erase this from me
    And now
    And everything I feel
    The end of our sick

    Now
    Still I feel my strength hurt
    To pick, hold my head high

    Now
    Still I choke on her lies
    I rewrite my song

    Still I feel my strength hurt
    To pick, hold my head high

    Still I choke on her lies
    I rewrite my song

    I wish I was free of this Writer/s: JEANNE SAGAN, MICHAEL MARTIN, OLIVER HERBERT, PHILIP LABONTE
    Publisher: CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 3

  • Brett from Green Bay, WiMy only question is, why is it called six?
  • Ryan from Anahola, HiThis is the second hardest song in Guitar Hero 2.
  • Jose from Corpus, TxI totally agree with James because i went through this exact situation with an ex of mine and agree with what the song says in its lyrics and the meaning of the song
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