Under Again

  • Lost in the dark with a wilderness of nothing
    Where do I start when my world is self destructing
    So confused, so confused
    nowhere to run, need to numb this pain with something
    Coming undone, need to pull myself together

    So confused, so confused
    I'm coming undone
    It's the beginning of the end

    'Cause when I'm losing my head
    It feels like I'm going under, under again and again
    'Cause when I'm losing my head
    It feels like I'm going under, under again

    Rising sun, I'm still crawling in the darkness
    Needing someone to come put me back together
    So confused, so confused
    I'm coming undone
    It's the beginning of the end

    'Cause when I'm losing my head
    It feels like I'm going under, under again and again
    'Cause when I'm losing my head
    It feels like I'm going under, under again

    So confused, so confused
    So confused, so confused

    'Cause when I'm losing my head
    It feels like I'm going under, under again and again
    'Cause when I'm losing my head
    It feels like I'm going under, under again

    ('Cause when I'm losing my head)
    It feels like I'm going under, under again
    ('Cause when I'm losing my head)
    It feels like I'm going under, under again

    'Cause when I'm losing my head
    It feels like I'm going under, under again and again

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