Wither Away – The Grand Tree Lyrics

The Grand Tree by Wither Away
Album : The Words We Live By, The Actions We Don’t Take
Released : 2017

Sadness runs through my veins,
Fueled by memories of the past, a familiar pain,
What do I have to gain?
When I constantly reflect on bitter life with disdain.

I have no home, feeling alone.
Is this all I have? Sadness inside.

All I wanted was to be like them,
Happiness and a life full of friends,
And I’m sorry I can’t meet these ends,
I’m sorry, I’m sorry, I’m sorry.

But I’m more than this,
Love breaks the shackles of my self loathing bliss,
I am free, I am free from this.

Let me go in peace

You are a tree, that sprouts, blooms, and dies.
The seasons change, but methods stay the same.

I’m trying to better myself, but it’s easy to fill the void of an empty shell.
Addiction, anxiety and, depression,
Leads only to my dissection of who I am,
Only to find that I’m nothing instead,
A case of chemical destruction.
My brain lacks a longing, fufilled direction.

You are a tree, that sprouts, blooms, and dies.
The seasons change, but methods stay the same.

Is life worth living when only present is suffering,
I’m full of love but aggressions of self hate suffocate.

Sadness runs through my veins

Feeling alive,
Nothing fuels my mind.
Feeling alive,
Words of comfort sometimes get me by.

You are a tree, that sprouts, blooms, and dies.
The seasons change, but methods stay the same.

Is life worth living when only present is suffering,
I’m full of love but aggressions of self hate suffocate.

Tracked and mixed by
Ricky Armellino
Mastered by
Tyler Smyth
Video by
Nemesis Design

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