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DAVID werts

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My Life Is Done


Im done with my life, Im done with truth,
Im done with the things I use to do

Im done playing this game,
its my life that I have to blame

Im done with today Im done with tomorrow,
Im done with everything including my sorrow

Im done with being happy Im done being mad
Im done with the things that make me sad

Im done with friends Im done with you
Im done with everything there's nothing left to do

Im done with phones Im done with jobs
Im done with the ones that are slobs

Im done with truth Im done with lies
Im done with everything including the things that dies

My life life is over, Im done with it all
at a bar right now drowning in alcohol

Submitted: Saturday, May 25, 2013
Edited: Monday, September 09, 2013

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