Stand Your Ground lyrics(Spoken) "When I was 5 I learned the glory a knife could do.I learned they make cuts. Deep cuts."Is anybody out there?Is anybody willing to listen?I'm calling out for some adviceThese scars are memoriesStitches cannot healWhen I was six, I learned what a gun did.Before then I knew what a fist did,What going through a wall felt like.Check my legs,You'll find the remnants of where theUpstairs wall was,Or where,It ended up I should say.(It's crystal clear)Is anybody out there?Is anybody willing to listen?I'm calling out for some adviceThese scars are memoriesStitches cannot healThese kids aren't growing up correct.Parents screaming back and forthScreaming that their curses deserve respectA bag packed, it's got clothes, cashCarries everything they have left.When it gets to the point where material thingsDon't mean shitBecause every object has a connectionTo the past, to a memory,Something you wish you could forgetBut in the dead of night it comes backYou can
i cry myself to sleep...i heard death is likesex only better becausei don't have to lookat you.
My InsanityPeople often tell their depression storiesLaced with tauntsAnd name callingHatred directed at themTorturous school hoursBy my story isn't like thatMy terrors are inside my headTerrible insecurities sliding aroundLocked in the crevices of my brainLost in everyone's stressEven when I'm smiling, it's thereOn my shoulderSitting at the kitchen table with meMy ink is the blood of my mindCrumpled cries for helpsBalled up"Story lines"I tell if you askThe perfect lieThe perfect coverFor my insanity
EyelinerDarker, darkerSmudged or notHide yourselfNothing but a thoughtThe more you wearThe more hidden you feelThe more beautiful you thinkThe more you concealYou wear it so oftenYou can't live withoutWithout it, your uglyThis is not what life's aboutYou're beautiful without itThough you don't find this trulyYou still find yourself uglyAnd this is just unruly