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  • I close my eyes for awhile. Just to see that I’m still here

    I wrap my arms around my knees, I disappear

    I walk the halls for awhile, Just to find the air

    They watch but don’t see, ask but don’t care


    This is the moment when I’ve lost it all

    Must find peace in the fall

    This is the time when I feel my heart stop,

    breathing shallow, stomach drop

    and my thoughts tangle in a knot

    This is the time when I restart.

    Restart


    Leaving someone, that's tough-

    Being left, that’s rough-

    living in unknown, that’s worse

    losing yourself, that's the curse


    Nobody to blame- nobody can see

    nothing stays the same- not even me.


    This is the moment when I’ve lost it all. Must find peace in the fall.

    This is the time when I feel my heart stop,

    breathing shallow, stomach drop

    and my thoughts tangle in a knot

    This is the time when I restart.

    Restart


    All the questions, nothing new.

    Same old answers, nothing true.

    My eyes speak more than my mind-

    but when my eyes are blind-

    can you hear me? Can you hear when I can’t speak?

    Can you hear me? Can you hear when I am weak?


    Nobody to blame- nobody can see

    nothing’s the same- not even me.


    This is the moment to be

    this is the moment for me.


    This is the time for my heart
    when I restart.

    Restart
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