keatonmeout:

imsodonewithdrewchadwick:

So this song was apparently written when the boys were around 13 years old, and it’s based on Drew’s drak periods. I don’t know if you guys’ve heard it yet, but I just wanted to put the lyrics out here to show that if you’re going through hard times where you just want to give up on everything, that’ll eventually come to its end. Things will change. You’ll be truly happy and all that pain will go away. Things do get better. If Drew could do it, you can do it too. 

I open up the photograph book,

see the pictures all, they’ve faded.

I see the smiles and all the laugher

and those ones not so hated.

Empty bottles of booze,

empty bottles of pills,

well I guess that this is it.

I’m standing tall on the high building,

looking down where I’m just about to fall.

I think back throughout my life

and all the people that I’ve hated.

Well I guess, I guess this life is,

it’s just too overrated.

So now I stand.

I can’t believe I’m standing here, 

up top this old tall roof top.

I never thought that it would come to this,

but I have to show the ones I once’d loved

that I’ll jump and that I’ll fall,

that I’ll hit the ground so hard and,

and then they’ll see,

they’ll see it all,

that boy who was literally torn apart. 

Another puzzle, another dream

smashed down, down the empty alley way.

In a way all the joy left in me

leave my body out here to decay.

I think back,

I think back when we said everything,

everything will be alright.

Well I’m left here,

I’m left here better off dead,

and I guess that my vision is out of tint.

So once again I’m that way.

I can’t believe I’m standing here, 

up top this old tall roof top.

I never thought that it would come to this,

but I have to show the ones I once’d loved

that I’ll jump and that I’ll fall,

that I’ll hit the ground so hard and,

and then they’ll see,

they’ll see it all,

that boy who was literally torn apart. 

And then I’ll jump,

and then I’ll fall,

and then I’ll hit the ground so hard

and then they’ll see,

they’ll see it all,

when my heart was literally torn apart

But this is actually physically pains my heart that someone so divine and precious in our lives ever felt this way and I’ve never felt so empathetic to someone I’ve met once.




"They formed a hotel-room band: Mr. Miller drummed, Mr. Lerman played guitar, and Ms. Watson sang. They jokingly called themselves Octopus Jam. Friends dropped by; noise complaints followed."