'Cause I'm so scared of dying since your fall
I'm so scared of dying when you watched it go down, down
And I watched your face in the fire near Jamison Hall
While your sister and brother read chapters on how your skin burned
You're singing hallelujah, and the angels came and took you down
You asked the right direction, they told you it's protection, you know
Did you believe 'em? Or are they liars?
Do you believe 'em? What a lie
'Cause I'm so scared of dying since I saw your skin fall
I'm so scared of dying since you watched it go down, down, down
Now I told you I need you and you screamed "hallelujah, here we go"
And I hoped you believed me when I told you you were beautiful
'Cause I meant it, man... But I didn't always mean it
Does that make me a liar? I mean it. What a lie.
These cuts on my fingers, from the laundry I've done
Washing out all your prints, and the fire in my hall
Don't worry about it, I heard what you said and it's good
And I appreciate it more than any other man ever could
God, I believe you, anyway... Just leave me, any day.
Where I told you I loved you, God damn-ing, I'm in it
When I told you I loved you, good Jesus, I'm in it
I hear lives look like fire crackers
And oh shit you're not breathing, but man I can feel you inside
Don't waste away, under the ground; rise up for me, under the ground
'Cause I'm wasting away, under the ground