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(Fade In)
Your kisses cling to me
Like this blade across my veins
When you cry, we cry
It's rains
It pours....

(Verse 1)
More stitches than kisses
More scars than memories
And since the day you walked out
Your voice is haunting me

(Verse 2)
Blood stains on these white sheets
This heart was made of concrete
Now I'm slowly slipping into insanity
Shattered pieces of the mirror on my vanity


(Verse 3)
Lying on the floor, and I'm crying on the floor
In a puddle of blood
Razorblade kisses and butterfly stitches
This blade across my veins
When you cry, we cry
It rains
It pours...

(Chorus)
I see the storm clouds coming
And I feel these blood drops running
Lying on the floor
Crying on the floor
Slowly slipping into insanity
Dying on this floor

(Repeat Verse 1)
More stitches than kisses
More scars than memories
And since the day you walked out
Your voice is haunting me

(Verse 4)
Little miss razorblade kisses
and butterfly stitches,
You did it this time
You took this life
You ended this rhyme

(Verse 5)
When you cry, we cry
It rains
When you cry, I cry no more
It pours, no more....

------
Kenneth D. Woodard


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The following comments are for "Razorblade Kisses & Butterfly Stitches"
by PoeticallyObsessed

RK&BS
There's something about the juxtaposition of white sheets and concrete that really worked for me.

A little manic, but all the same, been there, done that. Still liked the lyrics - you should definitely do something with them.

( Posted by: chinadoll [Member] On: September 25, 2007 )





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