Dying in a Red Room

Album: Suicide Silence (2017)
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  • Cold hazel eyes
    Those longing glares
    A subtle change of pace
    A vibrance in the air
    I'll be the breeze
    That cools the heat

    I'm dying through life
    I'm living through death
    I'm dying through life
    I'm living through death
    I'm dying

    Don't see past the shoes I wear on my feet
    To see the humility in that
    I couldn't help the laughter
    The porcelain shatters
    I'll be the breeze
    That cools your heat

    I'm dying through life
    I'm living through death
    I'm dying through life
    I'm living through death
    I'm dying

    I'll be your scapegoat
    Scapegoat

    I'm dying through life
    I'm living through death
    I'm dying

    Dying
    I'm dying
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