“I act like sh*t don't phase me, inside it drives me crazy, my insecurities could eat me alive.”
The match is coming. For all those involved, your emotions are probably all over the place. Your stomach is aching. You can’t sleep. I remember this time like yesterday. I just wanted to close my eyes and sleep until the day after match day. For me, it was like Nightmares and Dreamscapes. Welcome to my mind 2 weeks before the match.
This is the yearwhere hope fails youThe test subjects run the experimentAnd the bastards you know is the hero you hateBut cohesion is possible if we tryThere's no reason, there's no lesson, no time like the presentTell me right now, what have you got to lose?What have you got to lose, except your soul?Who's with us?!Slipknot (Pulse of the Maggots)
Please someone make the pain stop.
Why do weCrucify ourselvesEvery day I crucify myselflf Nothing I do is good enough for youCrucify myself Every dayAnd my heart is sick of being in chains
Tori Amos (Crucify)
Phone rings (RING, RING)
Mother mother can you hear meI’m just calling to say helloHow’s the weatherhow’s my fatheram I lonely heavens noMother mother are listeningjust a phone call to ease your mindLife is perfect never betterdistance making the heart grow blindWhen you sent me offto see the worldwhere you scared thatI might get hurtWould I try a little tobaccowould I keep on hiking up my skirt
I’m hungryI’m dirtyI’m losing my mindEverything’s fineI’m freezingI’m starvingI’m bleeding deathEverything fine
Tracy Bonham (Mother Mother)
There are so many applicants that are better than me .... what if ....
Almost there ...... help ... make it stop
My end It justifies my meansAll I have to do is delayI'm given time to evadeThe end of the road is my endIt justifies my meansAll I have to do is delayI haven't time to evadeTHE END OF THE ROAD!
Slipknot (Before I forget)
...... Is that my name, my eyes .... I can't focus .... WHAT DOES IT SAY .....
May be your 2 weeks will be better than mine. Sleep well .....
“If you want a happy ending, that depends, of course, on where you stop your story.”