He smiled to the world,
But his heart fell below his pain.
He wanted only arms,
But he lied to himself again.

Closing doors and locking locks,
He looked inside himself.
Only to find, deep down there.

Oh let me fall in two.
Let me fall in two.
Let me fall in two.

Why does a river, and spread is thin,
What it could start and no one would finish.
Bottled up brown entry they saw what they were,
Knowing not nothing, he was the only son.

Closing doors and locking locks,
He looked inside himself.
Only to find, seeping from his soul.

Let me fall in two.
Let me fall in two.
Let me fall in two.

(Let me fall in two) What are you running from.
(Let me fall in two) What are you running from.
(Let me fall in two) What are you running from.
(Let me fall in two) What are you running from.

He finds himself a way.
Only to want the world to find (But he finds himself a way),
You try to leave but there is nothing he can do.

Down cast eyes,
Scrutinize,
As to what the lead ball humming bird would not succumb.
To find what is gone you must burn what is drying,
And smell the essence of what remains inside.
But blackened thoughts,
Erase all that is past,
Before him,
Not knowing where he's coming.
So you shake him around,
And scream into his eyes,
That to drown in the water is to lie by his side.

Closing doors and locking locks,
He looked inside himself.
Only to find, seeping from his soul.

Let me fall in two.
Let me fall in two.
Let me fall in two.

(Let me fall in two) What are you running from.
(Let me fall in two) What are you running from.
(Let me fall in two) What are you running from.
(Let me fall in two) What are you running from.

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