Speak softer, my martyr and tell me the truth

Tell me what suffocation is

Tell me of evil on the loose

And I'll tell you where to begin

Speak slower my darling, I've something to say

Something to change the game

Tell me tales of evil thoughts

And I'll share with you the ones that I brought

There's something holding me back

And there's something I have to see

I was sleeping where the evening fell

And then I couldn't breathe

When I open my eyes I want to be back home

I don't want to remember, I want to be alone

I'll be halfway between the right and the wrong

And you'll be singing the same sad songs

When I open my eyes I want to be back home

When I open my eyes I want to be alone

Run slower, my brother, you're moving to fast

I'm getting closer to the ground

Was it foolish of me to think we could fly

To think you wouldn't let me die

Silence my acquaintance, I'm starting to bore

I'm starting to feel slightly scared

Was it foolish of me to think we could soar

Or foolish to think you cared

There's something holding me back

And there's something I have to see

I was sleeping where the evening fell

And then I couldn't breathe

When I open my eyes I want to be back home

I don't want to remember, I want to be alone

I'll be halfway between the right and the wrong

And you'll be singing the same sad songs

When I open my eyes I want to be back home

When I open my eyes I to be alone

And the past is only a mirror of time

Of the thoughts relentlessly haunting my mind

And when world shatters and only a few remain

Give me a reason to stay

There's something holding me back

And there's something I have to see

I was sleeping where the evening fell

And then I couldn't breathe

When I open my eyes I want to be back home

I don't want to remember, I want to be alone

I'll be halfway between the right and the wrong

And you'll be singing the same sad songs

When I open my eyes I want to be back home

When I open my eyes I to be alone

A/N- Started this back in March, maybe. The chorus and verses don't seem to go together, though