The Wretched

Album: This Means War (2012)
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  • There's somebody else inside my head
    And he's telling me to give up, he's telling me to give up
    I'm being taken down from the inside out
    I think I'm gonna die here

    I need you now when nothing's making sense

    This song is not my perspective
    There's something wrong with me,
    I can't seem to agree

    I've faced the facts you laid,
    My life, my life will never be the same
    There's no time to make a change
    I'm hopeless, I'm broken, I'm painted bruised and bleeding
    Oh God, where are you now

    I need you now when nothing's making sense

    This song is not my perspective
    There's something wrong with me, I can't seem to agree
    And I know is this what you're thinking
    There's something wrong with me, I can't seem to agree

    (I've put it all on the line for you)
    (I've put my life on the line for you)

    I've put it all on the line for you
    I've put my life on the line for you
    I've put my life on the line for you
    So why did you say goodbye to me

    This song is not my perspective
    There's something wrong with me, I can't seem to agree
    And I know is this what you're thinking
    There's something wrong with me, and I can't seem to agree
    (I can't seem to agree) Writer/s: ANDREW WETZEL, ANDREW WHITING, CALEB SHOMO, JOHN HOLGADO
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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