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Somethings Wrong


Something is wrong
I can't explain
This feeling inside
Is an ounce of pain

Something is wrong
It's starting to build
A little at a time
With every thought

Something is wrong
And it's hard to get out
My mind is starting
To fall apart

Something is wrong
I wish I knew
So that deep inside
I could tell you

Something is wrong
It just won't come out
I wonder what
It's all about

Something is wrong
Even thought I seem fine
Holding it in
Barred inside

Something is wrong
I wish that I knew
But deep inside
I can't tell you

Submitted: Tuesday, January 08, 2008

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