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Cameo the Assassin by Dawn McCullough-White
Save Yourself by Stabbing Westward
I’ve always loved Stabbing Westward. Let’s face it, I’m a child of the 90’s. But the message of the song fits Cameo well. Have a looksie and then listen for yourself. And read the book!
I know your life is empty And you hate to face this world alone So you’re searching for an angel Someone who can make you whole I can not save you I can’t even save myself So just save yourself
I know that you’ve been damaged Your soul has suffered such abuse But I am not your savior I am just as f*cked as you (I am just as f*cked as you) I can not save you I can’t even save myself So just save yourself
Please don’t take pity on me Please don’t take pity on me Please don’t take pity on me Please don’t take pity on me
My life has been a nightmare My soul is fractured to the bone And if I must be lonely, I think I’d rather be alone I think I’d rather be alone
You can not save me You can’t even save yourself I can not save you I can’t even save myself Save yourself So just save yourself
Cameo thinks she’s soul-less, being in the thrall of a vampire. She’s the walking dead, hired by the Association to assassinate anyone they don’t like. She is a pawn in their wicked, twisted games. And she thinks she’s f*cked. She doesn’t want pity, she just wants to survive. To save herself.
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*Disclaimer: I apologize for the use of any profanity in this post!
Jennifer is a bona fide book nerd. She thinks "bookworm" sounds gross and secretly gains pleasure at the pained looks her husband often shoots at her personal library. She collects books like the Duggar family collects kids, and began waiting for her Hogwarts letter at the tender age of 33.