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Cathode ray sunshine

by Dark Tranquillity. Buy album CD: Damage Done

glaring eyes burn into me
i try to escape but ive fallen too deep
they pull me closer to poison fangs
on a thin string my life hangs

what the fuck is wrong here?!
i shouldent be here
what the fuck is wrong here
your eyes are hypnotizing me.

deadly gaze drawing me in
my body is seething with sin
i feel remorse weighing me down
im sinking farther into the ground

what the fuck is wrong here?!
im not dead yet
what the fuck is wrong here?!
why am i going through this shit?

screaming madness surrounding me
i dont know what to belive
am i alive or am i dead
insane thoughts running through my head

what the fuck is wrong here?!
all i feel is constant fear
what the fuck is wrong here?!
i shed away my last tear

what the fuck is wrong here?!
i dont know what i can feel
what the fuck is happening
i just want you to leave me alone
i feel alone
i am alone
leave me alone
go away! Why are you doing this? im not gonna make it through this. do you have a concsence?
i guess not!

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Album: Damage Done (2002) Lyrics
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  1. The poison well [japanese bonus track]
  2. Final resistance
  3. Hours passed in exile
  4. Monochromatic stains
  5. Single part of two
  6. The treason wall
  7. Format C: For Cortex
  8. Damage done
  9. Cathode ray sunshine
  10. The enemy
  11. I, deception
  12. White noise / black silence
  13. Ex nihilo
  14. White Noise And Black Silence
  15. The poison well


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