Verse 1

You settle down right at the pit of my stomach,

And every time I'm at my weakest,

You crawl underneath my skin, inside my veins,

You rise up and slam at my chest.

Chorus

And it hits me once again,

I have a different set of eyes then,

And every blemish on my skin is magnified,

Every pound of fat on me looks amplified.

But inside I'm screaming out loud

From the want of food that I've denied.

Verse 2

I try to push you back to the back of my head,

And you wrestle me for more space.

And more and more till my world is spinning.

Another scar on my wrist to erase.

Chorus

And it hits me once again,

I have a different set of eyes then,

And every blemish on my skin is magnified,

Every pound of fat on me looks amplified.

But inside I'm screaming out loud

From the want of food that I've denied.

Bridge

I've denied myself the privilege

To not let my flaws take the center-stage.

You keep whispering into my ears,

"One more day of starving, he'll get here."

But he never does, and I know he never will.

My stomach burns with hunger and the way I feel.

I'm falling prey to your manipulative skill,

But I'll fight back.

He isn't worth losing my track.

Chorus

And it hits me once again,

I have a different set of eyes then,

And every blemish on my skin is magnified,

Every pound of fat on me looks amplified.

But inside I'm screaming out loud

From the want of food that I've denied.

Outro

Well, not anymore.

He's gone, now I'll show you the door.

Tonight I'm deaf to all your thuds,

Just absorbed in pleasuring my taste-buds.

I'm Plain Jane, don't wanna be Louis Lane.

And it can't ever hit me again.