The Hanged Woman (music and lyrics by Ian Revell)

She rolled her eyes to the back of her head and took a look at herself
She didn’t like what she saw so she turned to look at somebody else
She rolled her eyes to the back of her head and took a look at her mind
A little dangerous to do when you don’t know what you’ll find

she rolled her eyes right back
she rolled her eyes right back
she rolled her eyes right back
she rolled her eyes right back

Now she’s standing on the edge of the precipice and looking right down
And she’s free to step right over or to keep her feet safe on the ground
She takes a long look back on the little things causing her pain
And then she takes another look just to find someone she can blame

she takes a long look back
she takes a long look back
she takes a long look back
she takes a long look back

When she tells me that her world is fading and she just wants to go
I’ve heard the same thing so many times that I just really don’t know
I roll my eyes to the back of my head when I hear her complain
I think she’s burned all her karma and I really can’t see her again

I took my heart right back
I took my heart right back
I took my heart right back
I took my heart right back

Now her room has gone dark again and she’s all alone
Just waiting for the train that’ll come along and take her home
When it arrives will she be happy that it finally came
Will it bring her what she wants or just throw it all down the drain?

she rolled her eyes right back
she rolled her eyes right back
she rolled her eyes right back
she rolled her eyes right back

she rolled her eyes right back
she rolled her eyes right back
she rolled her eyes right back
she rolled her eyes right back

Included on Seven Years, 2014