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Intro { whispered }

I'm over the limit,
I can almost feel it.
Down my back,
I feel it crack.

I feel it split,
Into me it bit.
I feel it,
I feel it crack.


We don't know when we'll go,
And we don't know how we'll know.
And we don't care when it is,
But we don't think it's as soon as this.

Verse 1

I want you to know,
I won't be able to show,
You how I feel.

I want you to go and be,
I want you to beat me,
Make me heal.

[ Chorus ]
Verse 2

And you've made me proud,
From my underground,
Cold, hard, prison.

You prised my heart from it's cage,
You pulled my soul, inflamed.
But I can't cling on.


Disapointment in your face,
I take in my disgrace,
You tried not hard enough,
And I'm back to the earth.

And I twist and pull,
And you're eyes, they spill.
And my hand pulled back,
And your heart does crack.

[ Solo ]
[ Chorus ] x2

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The following comments are for "Crack"
by T

Thanks :)
Thanks for your comments :D

I appreciate it.

( Posted by: T [Member] On: September 20, 2004 )

Welcome to Lit T!
I just came across your 3 submissions, nice work, this is very nice.

Funny I am listening to music here and imagine this sung to the tunes...I like this, as Claire does...

Waiting for more!!!!


( Posted by: Dareva [Member] On: September 21, 2004 )

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