Anita Wisniewska

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Sectioned/The Smell of Hell

Sectioned/ The Smell of Hell.

Leave me alone
Leave me ALONE
Can sort it myself
Am quite fully grown

Maybe I'll live
Or maybe I'll die
Don't ask me to talk
I can't even cry

Don't know what I've done
Have no idea why
Now they're smashing the door
Can't take any more

Hey ding ding a ding
Hell's bells start to ring
No one knows it's me
They think I'm a thing

Please don't lock me up
Don't give me those pills
Don't give me those jabs
They just make me ill

WHat have I done
What have I done
Just wanted to stay
At home with my Mum

Lie on the sofa
Shut the front door
Not hear the noise
Of the world any more

I dont know why
I cant even cry
Just want to lie
Quite still and die

Hey ding a ding
Hell's bells start to ring
Did one silly thing
A long time ago

So long ago
But now they all know
I must pay and pay
For years and more years
Then a year and a day
They're coming, they're coming
To take me away.

Submitted: Sunday, December 25, 2011

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