I feel the screw driver wringing away at my stomach
Leaving it empty
The pain that comes today just lingers around and never vanishes away
It decided to make a permanent home where your heart once lie
There's no fireplace to warm up the roof covered in snow
Don't worry child, you'll only be falling for a while
And when you hit the ground never forget the house covered in snow with no life inside
But cold creaking wood floors
That's where the memories were buried
Below the creaking wood floors where you once twirled around laughing with warmth
Until the blizzard came to stay and wash what was left of you away
I wait around for you to come through that front door hoping you will melt the snow away
Like you once did when you first found me sleeping beneath the white

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