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Forget walking in my shoes Try five minutes in my mind

I live inside my mind
Always left behind
Feeling so different from them
I’m so lost within this sin 

I hate the silence of my bed
I hate the thoughts inside my head
I swear to God there’s a monster inside
Reminding me of every regret I cannot hide

Won’t you stare into my eyes
Can’t you see within these lies
I try to live as if I were fine
If only you could see within my mind
Within my mind 

People see what they want to see
So you live how you need to be
While the demons are tearing you apart
Can’t remember the last time you felt your heart

Oh what you’d give
To lead the life’s they live
Oh what you’d do
If anyone really saw you
They live their lives so smooth
While you can barely move
Still you smile
Trying to hold on for just a little while

Won’t you stare into my eyes
Can’t you see within these lies
I try to live as if I were fine
If only you could see within my mind
Within my mind

Memories haunt the depths of my soul
Loneliness still leaves an endless hole
Love left so far behind
Happiness so far out of mind

When I try to speak out
They shut me out
They tell me I’ll be fine
It’s all in my mind

Won’t you stare into my eyes
Can’t you see within these lies
I try to live as if I were fine
If only you could see within my mind
Within my mind

I hate the silence of my bed
I hate the thoughts inside my head
I swear to God there’s a monster inside
Reminding me of every regret I cannot hide

Won’t you stare into my eyes
Can’t you see within these lies
I try to live as if I were fine
If only you could see within my mind
Within my mind

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