Dreams

Written by: Cecil Humphries

Everybody wears a mask. To hide their face behind. You can't look into their eyes. Because you'd only see the lies. On the outside looking in. When your world feels upside down. On the inside looking out. And your world is full of doubt. Nothing matters in this world. Except the taste and feel of money. It's like living in a nightmare. Where everybody has no feelings. In the real world I cry. And I walk alone forever. I prefer to live in dreams. Cause they treat you so much better. A white dog and a black dog. Upon an island in a dream. A fair maiden holds my hand. And I walk alone for never.