Trophy Eyes Family Name Lyrics

And I’ve had a hard time with my reflection.

You think I don’t suit it but I think I’m broken.

The fingerprint smudge on the family portrait,

I guess someone has to be the disappointment.

Poor life choices,

And lying through my teeth,

‘Cause I could never let you know,

That I can’t afford to eat.

I know exactly what I looks like,

I’ve just wasted 20 years,

But I can still make you proud of me.

I was just a kid.

I knew no different.

I was just a kid.

I knew no different.

I remember the splinter on the wooden door,

Of my old bed room.

Surrounded by so many like it,

But still completely different.

But you don’t look at life like me,

I never see just another face,

I’m obsessed with their stories and memories.

But I admit,

I wish I knew just how to change.

I’m sick of be so fucking ashamed in my own skin.

I was just a kid.

I knew no different.

I was just a kid.

I knew no different.

Surrounded by so many like it,

But still completely different.