It's plain to see the divide between you and me. The vision we used to be. Now broken and shaken and I can't seem to comprehend the truth, 'cause I'm losing it every second I spend with you. When down by the water there used to be room for two. Say it again, say it again, drown yourself out in thoughts of self doubt. Spare. Spare me the effort of feeling new when all these projections are falling through. Faded, dismembered. Can you remember that place where we could both escape? Cut each other down until we found our true shape. Those younger days before all of this weight. Say it again, say it again. Down yourself out in thought of self doubt. And let me know where that gets you 'cause I've been there before. Beat down and bitter, I made it through winter. Now I can see straight but I can't believe in anything. I always wanted to go, but no one would ever take me there.