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HOME OF HARD ROCK BAND HOLLOWFADE

© 2019 Hollowfade

LYRICS

Not Like You

It's not like you to avoid my calls

No it ain't your style to run me up the walls

What has happened to simply staying true?

What is happening deep inside of you?

Are you scared and feeling helpless as you bring me to my knees?

Is it like a guilty pleasure when you take it out on me?

I'm going to figure out the truth.

I believe that you are changing.

'Cause it's not like you.

Now look at you and what I've said.

No there ain't no doubt the old you is dead.

What has happened? You're not the same.

What made you decide to play your head games?

I'm leaving.

You're changing.

 

Lyrics by James Brickey, Justus Brickey

Copyright 2019 James Brickey, Justus Brickey, Alex Whitley

My Asylum

Look at what you've done.

You've locked me up with no escape.

Welcome to my world.

No mercy from the hate.

 

These four walls have got me lost.

Do you even care what I have become?

I wish it wasn't like this anymore

But I just can't walk away and forget it all.

Cause it haunts me to my core; deep inside my mind.

I'm lost in my asylum.

So hard to overcome

When you can't seem to notice me.

It's what you can't ignore.

So tell me; do you see?

It seems my nightmare has come true.

It's all a consequence of you.

Reminded every single day.

And now you've thrown the key away.

Lyrics by James Brickey, Alex Whitley

Copyright 2019 James Brickey, Justus Brickey, Alex Whitley

Deceiving

You're so deceiving when you're lying in your bed.

Your only meaning is to satisfy yourself.

I won't take this anymore; being constantly ignored.

Now I'm knocking on your back door.

Ready to give you my world.

It's not that easy and yet you complicate it more.

We've lost our meaning and we've washed up on the shore.

I won't take this anymore; being constantly ignored.

Now I'm knocking on your front door.

Ready to give you my world.

Lyrics by James Brickey

Copyright 2019 James Brickey, Justus Brickey, Alex Whitley