Plastic Skin

On a glorious day, or on a curious night,
I don’t see you without a smile.
But you know it well, don’t you?
Cause even I see it, yes, that’s true.
Your eyes say it loud,
Your body shouts it out,

Under a plastic skin, You’ve got a made-up chin,
It’s always up, just a smile no frown.
Under the plastic skin, you’ve got a heart so thin,
Your disguised love tells the tale in and out.

But I see you smile, again I see your eyes,
This time its different, this time I see you flow them out
The shell’s broken down, paper-skin cut out,
You try to hide, you try to fake your life.

Under the plastic skin, you’ve got a made-up chin,
It’s always up, just a smile no frown.
Under the plastic skin, you’ve got a heart so thin,
You disguised love tells the tale in and out.

The make up you do,
It is the clueless clue,
Adorable beauty of a silly scout.
It is you, the powerful,
I want to see you going inside out.

Hide away your plastic skin,
I know you’ve got the heart too thin.
Believe yourself, believe the little girl inside.
Everything is alright, everything’s not smile,
because not everything can be the plastic skin

Let me know what you think?

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