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Almost Real

This song is by Rollins Band and appears on the album The End Of Silence (1992).

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I looked deep into your eyes
Saw men lying broken
Shattered at the bottom of your well
You took their simple affection
Turned it into bad infection
Sent them packing straight to hell

I see what sweats you
Reality threatens you
You can't hide yourself from me
When you see the one who laughs at you

It's me
It's me
It's me
It's me

Canine men, fighting, lying
Trying to be the one
That gets to feel your touch
I see them lined up like broken heroes
Spitting out pieces of their broken luck

I guess I've got good sense in hindsight
'Cause to me you never meant that much, oh no
When you see the one who sees through you

It's me
It's me
It's me
It's me
It's me

Yeah

Why you gotta do like that?
Why you gotta do like that?
Can't you see you're the strongest one?
Can't you see you're the strongest one?
Why you gotta do like that?
Why you gotta do like that?
Why? Why? Why? Why?

Yeah
Yeah
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
Yeah
Yeah
Oh

Got my arms around
I feel, I feel so all alone
You're almost real, almost real, almost real, almost real
It hurts inside
Almost real
Almost real

My confusion
My confusion is real
My confusion is all
My confusion is real
My confusion is real
So real, so real
My confusion is real
So real
So real, so real, so real, so real
Real

Wasted time spent thinking about you
You know I've come to hate myself
Smashing my hands against the wall
Trying to forget the foolish way I felt

You're so kind when it serves you well
You're so kind when it serves you well
You're cruelty
Oh yeah

No more trying, no more lying
No more messing around with my mind
I'm going, I'm going, I'm going, I'm gone
'Cause now I see you, now I see you, now I see you
You must think I am blind

When you need those arms around you
You won't find my arms around you, oh no
When you see the one that sees through you
When you see the one that laughs at you
It's me

Written by:

Sim Cain Wikipedia16/ Chris Haskett Wikipedia16/ Henry Rollins / Andrew Weiss Wikipedia16

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