quietly, i sit, the lights are dim.
and a hint of loneliness fills the room i’m in.
why am i so afraid, that i spend my days alone
for fear of being turned away?
so this time, can i open up and see what’s inside
that i’ve spent my whole life trying to hide?
bitterly, i wait
for the big mistake everyone’s been expecting me to make.
you said i’d push my friends away and end up dying alone,
but people in gl-ss houses shouldn’t be throwing stones.
i’ve got to move on.
i’ve got to move on, i’ve got to climb these walls.
i’ve got to find a place where i’m not destined to fall.
got to find a way to remove this mask,
because it’s keeping me at arm’s length from the things i lack