Dark Matter

Andrew Belle

Just cause your heart’s afraid
Doesn’t give the right to say
I was born this way
You see the part you played
All the silhouettes you’ve made
Fleet the light of Day
I wish I was innocent in a bad way
But I’ve found
You don’t come after soldiers
Unless they were yours in the first place

Oh I swim in a violet sea
But I’m bending the light connecting you to me
So write a ‘lettre de marque’ and see
Oh if this dark matter heart can bleed, out right

Why do I push away
When your welcome is overstayed
All I breathe is grey
But through the disarray
You’re the emissary vein
To my left right brain
Oh cause, I wish I was reticent in my own strength
But I’ve found
You don’t hold your composure
When I say that with a straight face

See you brought your wits about you
The black bear that’ll haunt you
If I can feel it, why do I need to see it? Do I?
See you brought your wits about you
The black bear that’ll haunt you
I don’t see it, oh did I ever feel it? Did I?
See you brought your wits about you
The black bear that’ll haunt you

Written by: Andrew Belle
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