Tied me to your anchor. As you threw it out to sea. Now I've been down here so long I've forgotten how breathe.
A promise to return is recognized, as a lie, as my lungs before to burn. I look deep inside. My hope still lies. I do not seem to learn.
To love, I choose, as you drown in booze, I hope is not the case. From two to choose, one you will lose. To you it's not a race.
I approach death's door with my heart at war. She'll never give up on me. Conflicting sides are from my doubts derived. She'll never come for me.
I must move on, your siren's song, it now feels wrong to hear you sing. I must toss aside, That which was contrived, from love deprived, My ears begin to ring.
She has lost all love for me.