this artificial comfort
a shiver down my spine
what is that declaration
that you carry on you skin
i take you by your clammy hand
come see the scene of the crime!
we celebrate the deed with laughter
but to be hones (we) look the same
a cripple in the bathroom mirror
how did he get inside my house?
i look at him and gently shiver
i think i’ve seen this man before
i never dared to doubt
i want to scream out loud
you say that you’re my friend
i fear i understand
if you’re the one i fear
i wish you were not here
the world outside can’t hear
me anymore they all
forgot to listen too
the sound remains unheard
what is this beauty for
if not to want some more?
keep screaming though you won’t be heard
i know it really sounds absurd
i hear the screams and feel your cries
but your lips don’t risk my sacrifice
the voice i hear, the man i see …
i understand he must be me
foresee, forgive me!