Sick of Me

Album: Aggressive (2016)
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  • Lost six of my years
    Fighting fire with fear
    And it's tearing me apart inside
    I can point all the blame
    Try to relieve the shame
    But I think it's time I took back my life

    'Cause I'm sick of the person I used to be
    So stressed out, burned out, living in my agony
    Hated all the words that they said to me
    So I checked out, blacked out, wasted all those memories

    I won't go back
    I won't go back
    I won't go back

    'Cause I'm sick of you
    I'm sick of me
    I'm sick of the person I used to be

    What a pointless mistake
    Such a slap in the face
    Gotta turn this thing around again
    No more holding it back
    No more bending the facts
    I'll push myself, push myself
    'Till I understand

    'Cause I'm sick of the person I used to be
    So stressed out, burned out, living in my agony
    Hated all the words that they said to me
    So I checked out, blacked out, wasted all those memories

    I won't go back
    I won't go back
    I won't go back

    'Cause I'm sick of you
    I'm sick of me
    I'm sick of the person I used to be

    Save me from the tragedy
    All the memories gone bad
    Save me from the legacy
    From my history

    'Cause I'm sick of the person I used to be
    So stressed out, burned out, living in my agony
    Hated all the words that they said to me
    So I checked out, blacked out, wasted all those memories

    I won't go back
    I won't go back
    I won't go back

    'Cause I'm sick of you
    I'm sick of me
    I'm sick of the person I used to be Writer/s: Caleb Shomo, John William Feldmann
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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