Crazy Eight


Vindictive


Why do you do these things
Make me want to comit a crime
Tumultuoulsy make you mine
Why do you come and go
Am I not prince charming
Is my conniption to alarming

The cancroid on my heart is growing
My inner-hate is showing

I'm fed up with your leaving
My self-worth just won't stop bleeding
Do I have to chain you up like a animal
Or do I have to hurt you make you terminal
I'm so imbued with you/you're all I see
I'm coming unglued with you/you're all my enmity

The cancroid on my heart is growing
My inner-hate is showing

Tinkerbell/You're making a mistake now
Tinkerbell/You're facing calamity now
Tinkerbell/It's all that I can take now
Tinkerbell/You're all my enmity now

The cancroid on my heart is growing
My inner-hate is showing
Explain your dissipated departures
Seditious is the cancer but whats cure

Why do you do these things
Make me want to comit a crime
Tumultuoulsy make you mine
Why do you come and go
Am I not prince charming
Is my conniption to alarming

Strong one
Are you having fun

Fairys don't live long
You're no more

Submitted: Saturday, April 01, 2006

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