Dax PTSD Lyrics

 Dax PTSD Lyrics

I was walking home on a Sunday

I was walking home on a Sunday

I was walking home on a Sunday

I was walking home on a Sunday


And I’m

not looking back

But I’m not looking forward to anything in my life cause it never liked me

I can’t sleep cause I don’t know what’s inside me

The devils demons haunt and do divide me

And I think I’m over it

So I won’t stop walking

If told you the story bet you wouldn’t believe

Not sure I should feel a sigh of relief

He got them but he didn’t get me

But for some Odd reason I don’t feel free


So now what?

This pain is too much

The screams of the people make music in my head and listens to tough

so I must


Wipe my mind of everything I saw in that church

Suppress all these feelings even though that they hurt

I don’t understand how you could let this happen God I wanna know why you even let that man on earth

I believe that this life is by you and whatever you choose is the best

I believe in the choices you make even though they may hurt and effect

I’m just human I don’t understand you I know you are very complex

What should I go next my thoughts cannot connect my PTSD shakes me and leaves me depressed


In the back of my mind there's a place that I know full of sorrow

When I think of times my anxiety fills what is hollow

I don’t know when it’ll go away

But I hope it’ll go away

I just pray I feel better when I sleep and wake up tomorrow


Left foot right foot keep walking

Left foot right foot keep walking

Don’t look back your past is haunting 

demons creeping always stalking

In that church I got down crawling

Couldn’t not stop my eyes from balling

Children screaming, bodies falling

Keep on shooting b****** hawking

Some one help us please just stop him

Why’s he laughing he’s been plotting

Says get up I hear d**** calling

I stood up and started walking

We locked eyes and he was smiling

Shot himself i saw him dying

Adrenaline was in my system I couldn't stop I had to go

But I just knew that if I made it I’d get out and praise to the lord

Now I’m walking on this Sunday and I just hope I make it home


I was walking home on a Sunday

I was walking home on a Sunday

I was walking home on a Sunday

I was walking home on a Sunday