Albert Arsenio Sison

(August 12,1985 / Iba, Zambales)

THE DERANGED SONG


The Deranged Song
Sison
September 3,2004
2: 51 am

(stanza)
I've really lost my will to live completely.
Don't you even try to save and sanctify me.
I search the room for something deadly
'cuz my existence's fading. can't you see?
This borrowed life has a worhtless soul.
So I'll surrender and end it all...

(chorus)
Living a lifestyle of desolation
I disconnect to the world.
A reflection of grave imperfection.
Another death in the world.

(stanza)
I'll embrace my approaching death shadows
Cursed to kiss my last breath away
Into the river styxx I'll follow
Wailing in its depths I'll stay
Recollecting my nightmarish past
I suffered until the suicidal last

(chorus)
Living a lifestyle of desolation
I disconnect to the world.
A reflection of grave imperfection.
Another death in the world.

My soul's doomed. there's no solution
Today I'll end it all
Life's not an option in my delusion
Into my coffin I crawl! ! !
(fade)

Submitted: Tuesday, June 10, 2008

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