She’s Mad #Lyrics

This is the lyrics of a song I wrote, called “She’s Mad”. It’s basically about the INFP-girl and all her contradictions, her struggle with it, and the beauty within it.

“She follows clouds, as she walks outside. She tries to catch, the moon at night, with her bare hands. And she’s fearless, she’s careless, she’s all you want to be. Nothing to lose and to prove, she’s just chasing her destiny.

She loves everyone, but no one. Belongs everywhere, yet nowhere. She wants everything, but nothing. She’s here and she’s there. She is everything you never understand and she’s mad.

Writing down, what’s on her mind. Travel through all stormy times. But her heart is, where the missing part is. And she is reckless, she’s all sadness, she’s all you’ll never be. And she is faithful, yet playful, she’s trying to set free.

She loves everyone, but no one. Belongs everywhere, yet nowhere. She wants everything, but nothing. She’s here and she’s there. She is everything you never understand and she’s mad.

Like a witch she lives with nature, puts spells on things and chases danger. Obsession with the moon, the stars hold her hand in the dark, she lights a spark. She runs away from all that’s common. She’s fragile, but strong, she’s young and harm made her burn in the fire, but now she rises again, from the ashes. Surrenders to the sun.

She loves everyone, but no one. Belongs everywhere, yet nowhere. She wants everything, but nothing. She’s here and she’s there. She is everything… She’s everything, but nothing.”

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