Survivor of three
Shoehorned into existence
I was never supposed to be here -
A plague to those I hold dear
What's my purpose here?
A shadow that paints corners bright, so you can see silhouettes at night?
Can I help those who can't see the light?
Can I stop this fight?
The trauma never ends
No time to mend
It doesn't even phase me anymore
I can't even remember anymore
This review is for Special Agent Cooper. He is always so nice to me, and it means the world to me. One of his favorite movies is Baby Driver. Looking at his Last.fm you call tell that he loves Deftones. In the spirit of Baby Driver, and Special Agent Cooper, this review will be in lyrics:
"This town don't feel mine,
I'm fast to get away.
I dressed you in her clothes,
Now drive me far away.
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