Monster

Album: Something Real (2006)
  • His little whispers
    Love me love me
    That's all I ask for
    Love me love me
    He battered his tiny fists to feel something
    Wondered what it's like to touch and feel something

    Monster
    How should I feel?
    Creatures lie here
    Looking through the window

    That night he caged her
    Bruised and broke her
    He struggled closer
    Then he stole her
    Violet wrists and then her ankles
    Silent pain
    Then he slowly saw their nightmares were his dreams

    Monster
    How should I feel?
    Creatures lie here
    Looking through the windows
    I will
    Hear their voices
    I'm a glass child
    I am Hannah's regrets

    Monster
    How should I feel?
    Turn the sheets down
    Murder ears with pillow lace
    There's bath tubs
    Full of glow flies
    Bathe in kerosene
    Their words tattooed in his veins Writer/s: Dia Frampton, Meg Frampton
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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