And in the end, I would agree,
But here I stand with a childhood wasted,
Just a shadow of the man I could be.
And all the God that you would shove down my throat,
For all the pain and suffering that you've caused me,
One day you'll pay, I know you'll fucking pay.
All in the name of mindless religion.
Your duty as a matriarch, you should have known,
You should have seen the truth.
In ways that cannot heal,
We only wanted our mother to care.
And everything that you taught me to be was wrong.
That I, your child, would look into your eyes,
As you quenched the fire in mine?
That every time, you hit me I died,
and I drew myself more inside?
Young innocence is more fragile than you could ever even know.
- 1. Common Thief
- 2. Home
- 3. Better Off
- 4. We The People
- 5. Shallows
- 6. Big Brother
- 7. A Mother's Love
- 8. Illusionist (pt.2)
- 9. Reflection
- 10. Inanimate Earth