Inner reflections by Origin
Look into me painstakingly, what do you see?
Stop judging me from what you see, try empathy
Society's conformity, opressing me
Tried desperately from infancy past puberty
Swallow me from my birth
Walk in the walk, talk in the talk, fall prey to sin
Don't stare at me half-heartedly, close-minded prick
I am not you, you are not me, I empathize, simply ask, go f**k yourself
Trust in me that someday people see
To shut their eyes and open up their hearts and minds
What will our own pupils learn from us?
Time we spent inducing fear in our children's lives
Peers build up pressure, lack of a response
Closed feelings lock tight, pain and sore regret
Planned expections fail a true burden
Screams cased in silence, mute and cannot speak
Do as I say, not as I will do
What can we learn from our gross insane state of mind?
Break free from these chains that bind you down
Step outside yourself and tell me what do you see?
I look into you, hide inside yourself
Shed all of your skin, bare your naked flesh
Trust all things to be, see reality
It's chance happening, don't waste it on hate
Now look back right at me, I am you, don't you see?
Look real deep in me, I am you, equally
Can't you see human indecency is what you're feeding me?
You are blind, deaf and mute, your own delinquency keeps you from seeing me
So much fear from your eyes, look at cautiously
Already judging me, stare in deep at yourself
Mirroring images reflect your cowardice