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1.
And they said that one day I'd be fine, and they said that my whole life. So I kept one foot forward, but lately I've been wearing thin. I don't feel safe in my skin anymore. I don't feel safe in my skin. So I guess that I can't be, I can't be myself anymore. So I guess that I can't be myself, can't be myself anymore Must I become someone new for you? Must I become someone new? and I've clipped my wings, and i'll make you proud some day, you have no idea how high I can fly.
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02:33
I used to be scared of death, but now its my only friend. I found comfort in it's embrace and solace in the grace that it leaves me each night. I am no longer afraid to die because my world's become so empty You were so young, I owe this all to you. You live in my every word, you're the reason that i'm still alive No one deserves to die, I never got to say goodbye. So this is my goodbye to you, and I hope wherever you are, that you hear how my voice sounds now, how in six years I haven't drowned, in the shadow that I have become, in the shadow of my everyday, in the darkness that I have become, in the shadow of my everyday and i still miss you, you were the place that I called home, and I am so alone.

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*brokenworldmedia(dot)bigcartel(dot)com*

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*dogknightsproductions(dot)bigcartel(dot)com*

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released May 20, 2014

Engineered and Mixed by Matt Baltrucki
Produced by Cameron Boucher
Recorded at Studio B

Performed by:
Cameron Boucher - guitar/vocals
Raphael Bastek - bass
Charlie Singer - drums

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