LAVENDER LIES

Should've known better,

Let you in my life.

A snake 'round a rose,

With your honest lies.

You calm every muscle,

Every ache of pain,

Then pin me down,

Inflict it twice again.

 

Never again,

Thought you were the cure,

Never again, never again,

Cause you're no lavender.

 

I wear these lavender lies

on my neck

I wear these lavender lies

on my chest

Ripped from the roots,

Flowers don't bloom

In fields of emptiness

 

Lonely enough,

Though you're nothing,

But a problem,

A dream that crashed

and burned.

With your wicked tries,

My dead brown eyes

Took time but tables turn.

 

Unable to move,

My skin doesn't glow,

When the sun breaks the dark

When you're done,

Let me go.

Swore I had enough,

Washed your touch

Off my skin,

But I still remained,

Your poisoned victim.

 

I wear these lavender lies

on my neck

I wear these lavender lies

on my chest

Ripped from the roots,

Flowers don't bloom

In fields of emptiness

 

Used to bite me with your lies, forgave you so blind,

But now I found my eyes.

I know, better off alone, can't trust what you show,

'cause god only knows

 

I wear these lavender lies

on my neck

I wear these lavender lies

on my chest

Nothing to use,

All to regret,

My face,

You won't forget.

 

Never again.