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Just another song idea I came up with, and actually bothered to finish.

Sometimes I look outside and see what I'd like to see
Sometimes I see what I want to be
Sometimes I see just black
Once in awhile I can see during the darkest days
I can see completely through the haze
and I can see the light
But there's one thing that I can't see
One thing that slips my sight.

Where do we learn what happens now?
I want to know every way
I would rather lose my sight and sound
Than see you falling, or hear you curse my name
(Name) all my demons
And label all my lies
Sign them up for examination
And we'll see what is my prize.

Yesterday I saw something I never see
I saw what could become of me
I saw, I saw black
Tomorrow I could be just what I want to be
But I could be what I what I don't see
I could be alive
But still there are other options
Ponder this 'till I arrive

Where do we learn what happens now?
I want to know every way
I would rather lose my sight and sound
Than see you falling, or hear you curse my name
(Name) all my demons
And label all my lies
Sign them up for examination
And we'll see what is my prize.

I can deal with all the tension
And I can put up with the haze
But I can't even imagine
That this all could end in days
We never know just how an action
Can cause a domino effect
Maybe if we learn to think first
We can stop it all from being wrecked

Stop, close your eyes, and reflect
We can stop this domino effect.

Where do we learn what happens now?
I want to know every way
I would rather lose my sight and sound
Than see you falling, or hear you curse my name
(Name) all my demons
And label all my lies
Sign them up for examination
And we'll see what is my prize.

Stop, close your eyes and reflect
We can stop this domino effect.


When it says (name), it means that the word name would only be sung once, so it'd actually be "... or hear you curse my name all my demons." Sort of to be two separate statements, but... put together, almost.

Anyway, any thoughts would be appreciated, and... er... does the S&L forum do C4C? If so, sure. C4C.