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Her Life - Inspired by someone I knew
by Carl

Wednesday, June 22, 2011
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I use to date this girl and once I figured out who she was and what she was about she quickly became an ex of mine. But yes, an ex did inspire these lyrics.

It started out with a disease being hereditary. She fell into the trap not wanting to be ordinary. Its scary to watch someone push you away. When all you tried 2 do was help they wanted you to stay. But betrayed you to protect you from the person they've became. Acting like their tough as nails on the inside refrain from being themselves but her weakness are pills thinking it'll help her treatment. Immune to disappointment because of what she has succumbed. Drinks 2 hide her past  that she's still running from. Can't  find true love, with a bottle n a gun on the floor in her bathroom. She figures once she pulls the trigger then it's overwith that soon. But since she's far from sober she's not thinking straight at all. She's not thinking about her family and her friends after she's gone. If she did then she wouldn't already have the bullets in the chamber. Sending pictures to her ex with the gun against her temple. She trembles she's cold, physically but also psychotlogically as well. Hides her depression out in public but doesn't do it  well. She thinks others don't notice her condition but they do. Talking quietly about her whenever she walks in a room. Tonight was just another failed attempt she couldn't do it. Her cries were overpowered by the loudness of the music. Her neighbor called her cellphone which was next to her she picked up. Slurred the word hello then dropped the phone and began to throw up.

If I can think of more to add to this I will do so. But this is where I drew a blank on this one.


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