The Realisation That I'm Human

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I wrote this song after having an existential crisis in Dublin.

lyrics

I'm having a mental breakdown
On a Saturday
I can't cope with my existence
I really want to fade away

But that's not really fair
'Cause that's not really what I wanna say

It's the realisation that I'm human
And that's okay
I'm just human and that's okay

I'm having existential crises
With my morning cereal
I sometimes wonder if I'm still dreaming
This is all so surreal

But that's not really fair
And that's not really what I wanna say

It's the realisation that I'm human
And that's okay
I'm just human and that's okay

And dark thoughts don't mean the end of the world
Dark thoughts don't mean the end of the world
We all have days where we feel small and curled
But dark thoughts don't mean the end of the world

We're all just human and that's okay
We're all just human and that's okay
We're all just human and that's okay
We're all just human and we'll die one day

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from 400 Days, released December 2, 2016
Sarah DiMuzio: Vocals, acoustic guitar
Giulio Berezuski: Backing vocals

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Whim Portland, Oregon

Whim is the pseudonym Galway, Ireland / Portland, Oregon based singer-songwriter Sarah DiMuzio.

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