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someone scream when the night falls for me in the West and for you In The East at the moment we both blink for when we rush through our safe doors and plunge into stardust
A setting sun, a rising moon,
Let's live until the end of the world. Let's choose to jump Or watch the world burn to its own undoing. These are our own decisions. So make your choice, take your pick. This world is ending.
Tell me that the world is round, I’ll bury your proof underground, It’s no longer found, and what proof is stronger than the pull Of “how much longer?” The how-much-longer painted on my wrist,
Today is the end of the world Everyone is gonna die Get together with the ones you love Be prepared to say goodbye Shit, at least we die together
Are you real? Are you honestly here for me? Always by my side? Forever my shepherd guide? My mom tells me to pray,
crumbling walls in a deteriorated village the sentiment builds by the minute and every minute a new tower fumbles. All it would take for the ending of this destruction is one hand to grab another
I’m all alone, left nothing to accomplish. Humans hath not heed death’s approaching voice. At ends with friends desire death as punish, For we both walk, but only I life’s choice.