Uncle Johnny blew up his brains on the wall
The police set up a perimeter
His lifeless body, like one of a thrown away doll
I found it just beside the heater
Oh Uncle Johnny why'd you go that far?
Wasn't life worth living anymore?
Oh I didn't know about your life, didn't know you that well
But I could've loved you if I did
They want to put me through therapy, to relieve me of my trauma
No one listens when I say I'm fine
You can hear it by now, those clichés of drama
"What a tragedy it was", "Why did he have to die?"
Half of those two sided faces, never once showed up
When he tried to throw a family thing
I don't remember, ever seeing my now river-crying dad
Giving him more than a greeting