AaI Harvey

(13/07/80 / Cannock)

Split personalities inside my head


Split Personalities
Inside My Head


All the voices in my head
Have now become my only friends
The only ones who seem to care
The only ones who knew me back then


Lost alone with me myself and I
Hello, Bonjour, Guttentag and Hi,
They’re there for me when things aren't alright
They’re there for me when I feel on cloud 9


Technically mad but never bored
By all of them I am adored.
My head is full with the old and young,
They’re my friends, my family, my only loved ones,


They’re all so different, yet they’re all the same
They’re all made up, they’re a part of my brain,
But they act so real, in the way I behave;
I live four different lives everyday.


One is good and one is bad
And one I believe is a woman
And the final voice inside head
Is the only one who speaks reason.
The only one who speaks the truth to me,
The only one who I can believe.
You see this final voice I know is the real me.



(C) 2013 Aa Harvey. All Rights Reserved.

Submitted: Tuesday, December 03, 2013

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