Cruelty, evil, madness,
I've seen them everyday,
flashing and flickering from
the twinkle of our eyes.

The world is no longer pure,
no one is a virgin anymore,
no one is a saint, no more,
because they wear a mask.
I, too, wear a mask,
we all wear a mask.

A mask, helpful enough
to cover every sins,
every mistakes we did,
every hatred we had.

A disguise, the mask,
is what we put on our face
and slowly we walk the parade
as if we are all innocent
but we aren't.

Cruelty, evil, madness,
I've seen them.
Everyday, every night,