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    dots Submission Name: "Where Do I Come From?"dots
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    Author: Nightmare
    ASL Info:    20/M/In the void...
    Elite Ratio:    2.1 - 9/16/26
    Words: 170
    Class/Type: Lyrics/Longing
    Total Views: 584
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    dots"Where Do I Come From?"dots
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    where do I come from?
    what do I need without this disease
    the cure for the finding is my own
    bent out of shape, caught all alone
    Distort the light that comes through the window
    hide the face of a man's enemy
    hold onto me
    light the way to these beliefs

    I am a man among this life
    scattered to the winds of change
    strange man lost to the light
    deemed unfit for what was right
    grip me in fear
    ask myself why am I here?

    here I am again
    lost at all cost the change of my way
    deem me unworthy by your life
    the loss is too much on me

    where do I come from?
    what do I need without this disease
    the cure for the finding is my own
    bent out of shape, caught all alone
    Distort the light that comes through the window
    hide the face of a man's enemy
    hold onto me
    light the way to these beliefs





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