Walter Freeman

Birds in Row

Doctor please, I need a new hope. The more I run, the 
more the track becomes a living hell paved with regrets. 
I’ve been looking for some help. The smiles in the 
streets they scare. The hands on my back they f**king 
weight. The picks in my head they help, I believe. Shake, 
shake, shake, shake. The wine, the whiskey, they became 
discrete pills. The ice pick, a remedy. I’ll never find a 
way to wake up. And here comes the mourning. I give up 
the steel is already in. Understand, you’re the last 
chance I take to die. And I don’t wanna die. Who cares 
about real questions giving you the doubt you need? I’m 
tired of thinking of what I could get to drop out. I’m 
alone now, I’m the same ol’ trap. Longing for a sand box 
smile to come back. I feel left being, on and on the same 
glass, and the bottle is down.