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by Jabberwocky

"Jabberwocky" is a nonsense poem written by Lewis Carroll about the killing of a creature named "the Jabberwock". It was included in his 1871 novel Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There, the sequel to Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. The book tells of Alice's adventures within the …




I let you rise away, can't feel your breath in my hairs
It seems to be years, and I'm alone and fake, and I'm alone and fake
If this world is too small to be two, a world without sense if I'm without you
It's always the wrong way, there's no return to life so you get your car and drive
Look at the game of your life, you never took all the dice
After all, curtains fall, there's no return to life, so get the car and die

Waiting for hope babe, there's no more light in my sky
See the pills in my hand, I'm running through your lies
You've got nothing to say, 'til I'm crossing the line
But you can't kill my name, demon's coming tonight

Waiting for hope babe, there's no more light in my sky
See the pills in my hand, I'm running through your lies
You've got nothing to say, 'til I'm crossing the line
But you can't kill my name, demon's coming tonight

The dolls inside me cave in, blood and tears on my skin
My wounds bring up my fear, but I like this last, this last grip
I just wanna rid me of my pain, this happy violence is beating in my veins
It's always the wrong way, there's no return to life, I'm in the car and drive

Waiting for hope babe, there's no more light in my sky
See the pills in my hand, I'm running through your lies
You've got nothing to say, 'til I'm crossing the line
But you can't kill my name, demon's coming tonight

Waiting for hope babe, there's no more light in my sky
See the pills in my hand, I'm running through your lies
You've got nothing to say, 'til I'm crossing the line
But you can't kill my name, demon's coming tonight

Written by: CAMILLE CAMARA, EMMANUEL BRETOU, SIMON PASQUER

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