My Name (Wearing Me Out)

Album: Amaryllis (2012)
  • My name is worthless like you told me I once was
    My name is empty 'cause you drained away the love
    My name is searching since you stole my only soul
    My name is hatred and the reasons we both know
    Worthless empty searching hatred, who am I right now

    You're fucking wearing me out
    You're always dragging me down
    You're the fake, fallen, force of nature, sick mind
    I don't need a gun to take back what's mine
    It's over
    It's over now
    You're done wearing me out

    My name is screaming like the sound of your heart failing
    My name is loco like the motive that betrayed me
    Screaming, loco, don't say you know who am I right now

    You're fucking wearing me out
    You're always dragging me down
    You're the fake, fallen, force of nature, sick mind
    I don't need a gun to take back what's mine
    It's over
    It's over now
    You're done wearing me out

    You're wearing me out
    You're wearing me out
    You're wearing me out
    You're wearing me out
    You're wearing me out
    You're wearing me out

    You'll be ancient history
    But who am I right now

    My name is revenge and I'm here to save my name

    You're fucking wearing me out
    You're always dragging me down
    You're the fake, fallen, force of nature, sick mind
    I don't need a gun to take back what's mine (you're fucking wearing me out)
    It's over (you are always dragging me down)
    It' over, its over
    You're the fake, fallen, force of nature, sick mind
    I don't need a gun to take back what's mine
    It's over
    It's over now
    You're done wearing me out Writer/s: BRENT SMITH, DAVE BASSETT
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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