I blame myself for this, I blame myself for everything

One thousand and sixteen days and still all doors are locked,
I once thought that I was the meat and you were the butcher,
But I am both.

Cutting myself bare; self inflicted exsanguination,
Decorated without order, granting no escape for the thoughts in my mind,
Here! Alas, we are "extinction" without our thoughts.

Sister-In-Law, I displaced you, I'm the one responsible,
As new days come fading through, we're no longer possible.

Place the weight on condemned shoulders and watch them divide,
It's far too burdensome, after all the resolution to ruin myself is alive.

I'm the one responsible, I'm the one responsible.

I'm taking onus for the commotion that I bred,
For the way that I took it on, I plead "absolution."

You but once were the closest,
But any more less than an acquaintance,
I do trust you at least reminisce,
For he can not forget.

I can't repair so I mark myself,
Focus as blood floods abrupt like a river,
No physician can dress me,
I'll expose the weight,
It's my misconduct,
It's all my fault.

I blame myself for this, I blame myself for everything,
I blame myself for this and who I am, where I am.
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Sister-In-Law Lyrics

Belle Haven – Sister-In-Law Lyrics

I blame myself for this, I blame myself for everything

One thousand and sixteen days and still all doors are locked,
I once thought that I was the meat and you were the butcher,
But I am both.

Cutting myself bare; self inflicted exsanguination,
Decorated without order, granting no escape for the thoughts in my mind,
Here! Alas, we are "extinction" without our thoughts.

Sister-In-Law, I displaced you, I'm the one responsible,
As new days come fading through, we're no longer possible.

Place the weight on condemned shoulders and watch them divide,
It's far too burdensome, after all the resolution to ruin myself is alive.

I'm the one responsible, I'm the one responsible.

I'm taking onus for the commotion that I bred,
For the way that I took it on, I plead "absolution."

You but once were the closest,
But any more less than an acquaintance,
I do trust you at least reminisce,
For he can not forget.

I can't repair so I mark myself,
Focus as blood floods abrupt like a river,
No physician can dress me,
I'll expose the weight,
It's my misconduct,
It's all my fault.

I blame myself for this, I blame myself for everything,
I blame myself for this and who I am, where I am.