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Breeze in the Hall
you push us around, stomp on us all
the look on your faces, as we fall
with a fear deep within that you might doubt
watching us cry, scream, and shout.
you treat us like dirt, say we're the mistake
we don't deserve this torture, the problems you make
until we are nothing, you keep filling us with hate
over the edge, and then its too late.
do you see what you've done, the people you have become
turning us cold, empty, and numb
stop what you're doing, step back, seize.
Before you've crushed us, and we drift away, like a breeze.
along the walls, others watch, amused
while the rest of us stand there, being abused
a crime being committed, nobody will speak up
being torn apart, by rumors and gossip
will anyone stop it, will someone be brave, or will one more person, be sent to their grave.
there's a breeze in the hall way, and it chills up our spines
we never understood , but it was our fault,
the question is...
who's next in line?