Living in this world and not wanting to be here,
What I must do now has become quite clear.
I'm a coward a failure and a god damn mistake,
Living this pathetic life that I just cant take.
All my mistakes, the bad things I've done wrong,
Will they all still be here when I am finally gone?
I don't want your sympathy you don't know my pain,
I could continue to stay here but there's nothing to gain.
I have wanted to be gone for a real long time now,
I have wanted to leave but I just never knew how.
With a few well typed keywords Google is my friend,
It will show me the way to get to the end.
You ruined my life, and destroyed me inside,
Everyone will know soon you won't be able to hide.
They will all know now exactly what you have done,
Just answer me this was is all just for fun?
You are the destroyer the destroyer of lives,
Your past will catch up to you no matter how much you lie.
So come one come all and come see the show,
There is more to this story than she would like you to know.
There is not much to say, I cant look you in the eyes,
So it is here on the internet I choose to say my goodbyes.
You are not responsible for my life as a whole,
But in the end it is you who played the final role................
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