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Lyrics Juice Wrld - Wishing Well

Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh
I can't breathe, I can't breathe
(Chopsquad)
999
Waiting for the exhale
I toss my pain with my wishes in a wishing well

I can't breathe, I'm waiting for the exhale
Toss my pain, with my wishes in a wishing well
Still no luck, but oh well
I still try even though I know I'm gon' fail
Stress on my shoulders like an anvil
Perky got me itching like an anthill
Drugs killing me softly, Lauryn Hill
Sometimes I don't know how to feel

Ring ring, phone call from depression
You used my past and my memories as a weapon
On the other line I talked to addiction
Huh, speaking of the devil, all the drugs, I missed them
This can't be real, is it fiction?
Something feels broke need to fix it
I cry out for help, do they listen?
I'ma be alone until it's finished
This is the part where I tell you I'm fine but I'm lying
I just don't want you to worry
This is the part where I take all my feelings and hide them
'Cause I don't want nobody to hurt me

I can't breathe, I'm waiting for the exhale
Toss my pain, with my wishes in a wishing well
Still no luck, but oh well
I still try even though I know I'm gon' fail
Stress on my shoulders like an anvil
Perky got me itching like an anthill
Drugs killing me softly, Lauryn Hill
Sometimes I don't know how to feel

Sometimes I don't know how to feel
Let's be for real, if it wasn't for the pills I wouldn't be here
But if I keep taking these pills, I won't be here, yeah
I just told y'all my secret, yeah
It's tearing me to pieces
I really think I need them
I stopped taking the drugs and now the drugs take me
They took the wheel and then they drove me crazy
Got me reminiscing, hyperventilating
Prescriptions like a doctor, never been a patient
Never had the patience for this crazy shit

I can't breathe, I'm waiting for the exhale
Toss my pain, with my wishes in a wishing well
Still no luck, but oh well
I still try even though I know I'm gon' fail
Stress on my shoulders like an anvil
Perky got me itching like an anthill
Drugs killing me softly, Lauryn Hill
Sometimes I don't know how to feel