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  • Drown the stale
    Owning stares
    All around you, all around you, let them crawl

    Pull my hair
    'cause it hurts me, oh it hurts to let you in

    In the citadel
    Recall the pieces
    The pieces
    And it hurts me, oh it hurts to let you in

    In the dawn of my wake
    In the calm of my state
    Oh it hurts me, yes it hurts to let you in

    But I won't make a sound
    When the crowd comes to call
    Oh 'cause it hurts me, oh it hurts to let you in
    Yeah it hurts, oh it hurts to let you in

    And I would be nothing, yeah I would be nothing
    With your fear

    'Cause I've no war
    The day it wears thin
    And I've got no war
    The day you go away

    Oh it hurts me, yes it hurts to let you in
    Oh it kills me, oh and I don't wanna give it in anymore
    No I don't, no I don't wanna give it in anymore
    And I don't wanna give it in anymore

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