Scared I am to breathe out loud, I breathe in

Spin around now, kick the ground, never breathe

Share you breath run around scream, like a sin

Sin, your breath and your smile and everything, leave

Leave me alone, go home, how can you live

Live with yourself wait, no, don’t breathe this can

This leads to death, yes, how can you survive

The answer is you cannot, breathe out, fan

Fan yourself, breathe in breathe out, in and out

Out you breathe getting scared and now you faint

You do not wake up, everyone can pout

You open your eyes just to see the haint

You see the haint blue in the sky, you are brave

Now, how can you sadly be in the grave

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