You’re frozen and posing—A plastic Supermodel,
You’re trying yet failing---You’re too cold to coddle.
I was a fool to think my love could bring you to life,
I was a tool to think my kiss could end your strife.
Now I’m here waiting for you again,
While you’re out there like a lost echo with no end.
Where are you?
You’re always late to the show.
How are you?
You don’t even know.
You’re a prop and lack thick skin,
What should I expect from a Mannequin?
Come here and stand for all,
Show off your assets so I can watch you fall.
Lose yourself to make yourself,
When he’s done tearing you apart, you’ll be placed on a shelf.
Embrace your sin and never look within.
You’re never meant to win, My lovely Mannequin.
Remember all those years spent trying to be someone?
Remember all those nights you’d hit me until I was numb?
Of course you don’t and of course you won’t.
To remember anything you’ll need a brain,
When someone else is gifted with my love, I’m sure you’ll remember my name.
So let up and get up; move those limbs for me.
Don’t stiff up, don’t give up; there’s more you can be.
Mannequin, you lost your way,
Mannequin, I can no longer stay.
Mannequin, you’re everyone but you,
Mannequin, there’s no sense in being untrue.
Mannequin, I found myself after leaving you.
Mannequin,… Thank you.