And I became forgiveness, I transformed into the closure that I lost, When I learned about the tragedy of all of us. I lost it when I learned about the tragedy of all of us. Incorrigible illness in the loved ones hidden out of us. I lost it when I learned about the tragedy of all of us. I walked through the hallway to a room of only mirrors. Reflecting me in bondage so I watched myself get freer. I let my horns grow longer, I observed my skin get redder. My soul became a hammer. I started to feel better. My hatred turned to pity, my resentment blossomed flowers. My bitter tasted candy, my misery was power. The truth in me grew brighter, my nature and my nurture.
No more shame, no more fear, no more dread.
I am, I am, I am, I am the truth.