Your Demise2 mins 191 2 mins 191
I used to be different than the others
And you always wanted me to be as your expectations
We used, to begin with, a coffee every dawn, sitting at the ledge of the window
Procrastinating with nature in the silence of those.
Where everything was managed and well placed in life
You would step into a room that I would never dive
The whole day on the other side of that door it kept us apart as a spring
Which I expected by the time would shrink.
You know that day when you prepared a few songs for my birthday
You planned to sing those at the church before we were out to cut the cake.
The day I was waiting for since to arrive
Just scattered my life with the news of your demise.
It's really fucked up when you're stuck in my head
A continuous loop of the words you've said
But nobody knows that the one they see alive from outside
Is dead for a long time from inside.
Yet another day without your good day wish
I just woke up and it's seven in the morning
I'm preparing breakfast and my mind is quiet
With lots of numbness, you left with me.
And yeah, these walls now taste colorless
Back then it used to shine by your presence
At times there are things that we don't want to forget
And if it really does, it keeps you close to its surface.
A story that I never want to end is this
Because it's as long as I'm alive
There may be someday when the place I was before
Will be left with millions of echoes.