Where's The Air

January 25, 2012
By LoveInTheAshes SILVER, Broken Arrow, Oklahoma
LoveInTheAshes SILVER, Broken Arrow, Oklahoma
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Favorite Quote:
Young and Reckless, Live Like your dieing


Where’s the air
Its hard to understand why. Ill never understand it myself,
Why I’m so absent minded these same old lies of this everyday routine.
It’s cold outside,
And I’m standing in the rain.
Its hard to breath when your drowning me underwater
I’m broken and underwater starting to fade
I’m suffocating in the lies you feed me
The pain you cause me it’s so surreal its almost impossible to keep control
Don’t pretend like you were ever interested
You may of me fooled through it all
But I need to scream out loud and fight for my own will
May I please, please escape my love, I want to breathe
but it’s clear to me you don’t care It’s starting again, the tears over you, I’m underwater
what you expect of me,
Those crazy dreams, of these everyday routines.
The tears you’ve caused have made me see the monster that lies beneath,
you breathe fire, but I can’t seem to find the air.

Whoa-ho where’s the air
I’m suffocating under the water,
The fire you breathe,
It’s scaring me.
And I still cant find the air.
Whoa-ho where’s the air

The monster you’ve became
The Lies that can’t be tamed
Where’s your shame?

Your drowning me,
I’m hiding beneath the sea of your lies


Whoa-ho where’s the air
I’m suffocating under the water,
The fire you breathe,
It’s scared me.
And I’m trying to find the air.
Whoa-ho where’s the air?

I’ve tried to pick up the pieces,
But I’ve dropped everyone.
Trying to not let it get away from me
But I’ve found the light
And I’m swimming to the shore,

You breathe fire, but I’m finding the air.
I’ve found the air,
Woe-ho I’ve found the air
No longer suffocating under the water,
The fire you breathed,
It doesn’t scare me.
And I Finally found the air.
Whoa-ho There’s The air.


The author's comments:
Those relationships, or fights within yourself you can't seem to over come, and it's tearing you apart and you feel as if your drowning, but you fight hard, and slowly take back control.

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