Hawthorne Heights - Seafoam Lyrics
feat. William Ryan Key


Let’s die in the golden sun, let the UV rays boil our bones
Drain the crimson from my veins
I wanna bleed seafoam green

Dear God, where did You go?
You left me all alone in Ohio
Paint my skin shoreline gold
It’s too cold, too cold for me

I’m so tired of wearing my heart on my sleeve
I’ve tried to be the best version of me
Sorry to say but I’m wasting away
And I just want to stare at the sun

I remember everything, the way the sunlit sorrow used to sing
Ventura summers kissed my cheeks
You’ll shine like diamonds in my memories

I’m so tired of wearing my heart on my sleeve
I’ve tried to be the best version of me
Sorry to say but I’m wasting away
And I just want to stare at the sun

I’m traveling distance and sleeping more sound
Up from this hollow, I’ll dig myself out
I’m taking my first steps away from the past
And these imperfections are all that I have
(I’m so tired of wearing my heart on my sleeve)
I’m traveling distance and sleeping more sound
(I’ve tried to be the best version of me)
Up from this hollow, I’ll dig myself out
(I’m tired of wearing my heart on my sleeve)
I’m taking my first steps away from the past
And these imperfections are all that I have

I’m so tired (So tired) of wearing my heart on my sleeve
I’ve tried (I’ve tried) to be the best version of me
Sorry to say (Sorry to say) but I’m wasting away
And I just want to stare at the sun


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