Suicide Hotline

from by Michael Guy Bowman

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All the friends you used to know
Remember how it used to go
With you and them and what they said
And what you're doing now instead

Swore that you would show 'em all
And leave behind the shopping malls
And water towers and power lines
And climb as high as you can climb

You can't go back, you're up there now
You're too far out to just come down
There's nothing left to break your fall
And you can't bear to lose it all

Suicide Hotline
I'm supposed to care, but I don't
I see the stop sign
I should just wait there, but I won't
Suicide Hotline
It's more than I can bear

Fake a smile, punch a clock
Haul the garbage 'round the block
Give away another year
To proving why you're hanging here

Conversations never start
Regarding contents of your heart
Full to burst, but nothing's changed
While all the world has rearranged

Around you in the center of
A halfway life you never loved
If you can't learn to love it now
What little's up could all come down

Suicide Hotline
I'm supposed to care, but I don't
I see the stop sign
I should just wait there, but I won't
Suicide Hotline
It's more than I can bear

I'm waiting for an arm to grab me
I'm looking for a net below
I don't see anybody waiting
I've got to let somebody know

Suicide Hotline
I'm supposed to care, but I don't
I see the stop sign
I should just wait there, but I won't
Suicide Hotline
It's more than I can bear

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from Electric Daydreams, released November 22, 2016

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