Igor Wolfson

(26/12/1989)

Just Break


Search for the limit of sanity
And achieve it for as long as it takes
For all fans and all screams wakes your vanity
With these nerves you wont stand, you'll just break

To sacrifice people for dignity,
To murder the queen in front of kings face,
In front of the mirror you're primitive
You breathe and you feel and you know you're awake

Because of the love to these feelings
The feeling of love you'll replace
For all your eyes see is just being
But when you're away, they seek death

And just as you feel it arising again
You can do just nothing, you're out of the game
The game you like so much, the game you obey
And I wonder... How long will it take for you... Just to break

Submitted: Monday, February 15, 2010
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