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Venice
by The Bronx

Stretched out to God,
Just like I was his son.
In front of my enemies,
In front of everyone.

Too drunk to talk,
I don't walk I stalk,
Everything I see,
But this kind of life just isn't free.

So take me back to where I was before,
'cause I can't take this anymore.

Cease fire;
I'm screaming at the sun,
'cause I can never go home,
I don't need no one.

I'm too confused to rest,
I don't waste my time,
Wondering who's next.
'Cause these concrete walls keep me obsessed.

So take me back to where I was before,
'cause I don't think I can save this anymore,
'cause there's nothing left,

Oh, I gotta catch my breath.
But am I running from my life,
Or am I chasing death?

I burn,
Like a cross,
Because I built my shelter,
When my heart was lost.

Oh Venice,
What have I done?
And how long do you think I can run?

Just take me back to where I was before,
'cause I went,
And I went so show me more.
'Cause I don't think I can save this anymore.
'Cause there's nothing left,

Oh, I gotta catch my breath.
But am I running from my life,
Or am I chasing death?

I burn,
Like a cross,
Because I built my shelter,
When my heart was lost.

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