Confused

Album: Speedin' Bullet To Heaven (2015)
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  • I might go losing it and drive off of a cliff
    Fall in the void
    And if I blow my brains out all over the scene
    That's madness curing sadness
    These walls ain't talking back
    Might as well finally paint them black, I'm out of ideas
    The ceiling is all I have downward from here, I'm ripping apart

    Who am I? Who are we?
    Who am I? Who are we?
    All I want is to feel complete
    Who am I? Who are we?

    Confused, truth is what I choose
    Heal I never do
    Asking who are you
    I don't have one clue
    Seems I hate him too
    Seems my color's blue
    Who?

    I always end up back in a cycle of shame
    Looking in the mirror is hard, hmm
    Some days I hurt myself to distract me from distraction
    That's madness fixing sadness, hmm
    Going on adventures to find that the answers aren't plain
    But there's comfort in tears
    Decoding my sacred heart flying from here
    No more falling apart

    Who am I? Who are we?
    Who am I? Who are we?
    All I want is to feel complete
    Who am I? Who are we?

    I hate the drugs but I love the numb, hmm
    I hate the gun but I want the sun, hmm
    I hate the drugs but I love the numb, hmm
    I hate the gun but I want the sun, hmm

    Confused
    Confused, truth is what I choose (truth is what I choose)
    Heal I never do (heal I never do)
    Asking who are you (asking who are you)
    I don't have one clue (I don't have one clue)
    Seems I hate him too (seems I hate him too)
    Seems my color's blue (seems my color's blue, whoa whoa)
    Who?

    I hate the drugs but I love the numb, hmm
    I hate the gun but I want the sun, hmm
    I hate the drugs but I love the numb, hmm
    I hate the gun but I want the sun, hmm Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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