He's been on the brink of suicide for quite awhile now
Everybody knew he wouldn't make it through
He wrote a letter to his mom and dad
To try to make them understand
But they didn't have a clue
When the window washer fluid started to take effect
He knew it was the end but felt no regret
Desperate kid just needed a way out...

Fighting for accteptance, some will be rejected
We need to stand together
When you see somebody lyin' bruised on the ground
That's the time to help him back up on his feet
Not kick him when he's down

Feeling insecure? Need somebody to cut down?
To make yourself feel better, you grind others to the ground
You may not be the murderer, or commited the crime
But that's not the way I see it, you deserve to do some time
You kept pushin' him towards the edge
Making his life a living hell
It was only a matter of time(only a matter of time before he fell)


When the drugs and booze lost there effect
It seemed like the only way out...

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