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Just Push Them All Away

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Just Push Them All Away

Just push them all away
Just push them all away
Every morning I awake I wear this smile that I must fake
I’ve made to many mistakes
Letting people get close just to suffer another heart break
And just to see I’m all alone
And now I see I am all alone
Course:
People come and people go
No one ever wants to stay
So it’s better to push them all away
Just push them all away
Just push them all away
Just push them all away
I feel the pain is closing in
Stabbing me like a knife again and again
Making me wonder why I try to make friends
When I know how it’s going to end
Each and every step I take
I feel my heart racing
And as I try to catch my breath
I see I am one step closer to the edge
With depression all around me
And the walls caving in
Everytime you try to get closer to me
I am afraid to let you in again

Course:
People come and people go
No one ever wants to stay
So it’s better to push them all away
Just push them all away
Just push them all away
Just push them all away
I feel the pain is closing in
Stabbing me like a knife again and again
Making me wonder why I try to make friends
When I know how it’s going to end

Just push them all away
Just push them all away
Just push them all away
Just push them all away
People come and people go
No one ever wants to stay
So it’s better to push them all away

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