Anxsomnia (Single)

by Nebraska

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I gave up, when all I gave was never enough.
Lost and alone, your mistakes are your choice to hold.
I pulled you from hell when i should have let you rot.
I'm a good person, you just couldn't spare me the thought

And now I've walked a million miles in your shoes Ive realised it's not good enough for you.
Turn my back never coming back, turn my back never coming back.
Fuck you and all your two faced bullshit, i'm sick of you all the years weren't worth it.
And the time still stays the same no sleep my thoughts remain.

If I never saw you again, I'd die a happy man.
Before I wake I hope to see the light die in your eyes.

I gave up, when all I gave was never enough.
Lost and alone, your mistakes are your choice to hold.
I pulled you from hell, when I should have let you rot.
I'm a good person really you just couldn't spare me the thought

It's the nights where my head wont shut the fuck up,
No matter what I do or say my soul still wanders astray.
The walls are closing in and i'm tearing at my skin
and there is nothing left to say.
And the time still stays the same.
No sleep just always awake.
I dream for nightmares to take me away from this place.

I pulled you from hell when i should have let you rot, I wont regret it i'll live with no remorse.
I'm so fucking sick of you and all your bullshit,
pick a face and fucking choose it.
Your life isn't worth shit.

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released June 19, 2015
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Recorded, Mixed & Mastered by Joe Lewis-Brown at Aubitt Studios.
jlbrecordings.com
aubittstudios.com

Written & Produced by Nebraska.

Lyrics by Dean Taylor & Ashley Emery

Artwork by Gaz Mell at King Among Men Designs
facebook.com/KingAmongMenDesigns

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South coast metal
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