#1
I wrote these lyrics while in a slight... daze I suppose. Lot's of stuff making me feel cramped and squished in life and I just needed an outlet. Going to be integrated into a new band song. Hope someone enjoys.

I stood before the sky
It revoked my question
So meaningless in the end
Yet as time stood still

I watched the asphalt crumble
Dissolve, erupt
More meaning in it's construction
Than in me
A new way
A new life
Pretentious
Perspective
A concrete jungle
In an ocean made of steel

Strip away the lights and vice
Lock selfish minds in check
Prescribe the addiction
To cure the disease

Halogen dreams and neon souls
The only way out, white walled

The only way, the only way
The only way out, within white walls

Buy your casket, come one and all
Would I ever lie to you?
Free ocean burial
In a haze of sand and steel

Blank faces of lies and rust
Black suited, distorted
Marionettes and razor string
Cracks forming in a glass case life

I watched the asphalt crumble
Dissolve, erupt
More meaning in it's construction
than in me
A new way
A new life
Pretentious
Perspective
A concrete jungle
In an ocean made of steel

My mirror seems so jagged
Reflections fade within my skin
A living shell, an empty face
Pierced from inside-out

Ants are crawling from cracks in the world
A portrait of a highway through thought
A blank polaroid of self

Construct
Destruct
Construct
Destruct
#2
Buy your casket, come one and all
WOULD I EVER LIE TO YOU?

i think it's a little out of context since, in my opinion, you aren't explaining how you feel to someone in particular, you're just letting what you feel out.

ants are crawling from cracks in the SKY

Sky instead of world, i think it shows more entrapment, since ants cannot fly it show that the sky is flat, no room to breath ...

A blank polaroid of self

I think you should add the MYSELF

Carlo
#4
it was okay, I didnt really enjoy it to be honest, but I cant tell you how to make it better because I honestly didnt see anything wrong with it if you dont mind criting one of mine pick one outta my sig