Childhood Nightmare He looked me in the eyes And still he told me liesHe told me he loved me, that he cared.So I shared a part of me, a part of me I dared. Now when I look back I noticed what I lackedI lacked a brain, which I neededAnd a heart that bleeded only for him. His touch made my blood rush Gawd how I loved it when he fussedHe would hold me in his arms, stroke my hair, kiss my lipsBut never would I think he didn't really give a shit. He told me lies, really big ones And now eight years later my hate has begunNever have I before hated a man with all I hadBut now to believe he was a fag. I wish on a star To travel farTo never relive that nightmare again.
Slumber My engery drains Every passing dayIts like I'm bound by chains when I want to say. Did I really mean those words Those words I saidAnd now I lay alone...alone in our bed. For some reason, I want to pull him close Everytime I see his faceLet him chase my fears away. And I know these words, you're hearing or reading mean nothing at all But without them down...down I may fall. Slumber is such a wonderful thing Because without it how would we dream?
Fool I see eyes, they're all on me Or atleast....thats how it seems. Everyday when I go to school I can't help but feel like such a fool. With these chains and locks I'll never break That only I can feelThe making of everything that I need to seal. Can't help but to think they're watching me Is it wrong to hide the key?