Reassemble

Album: Bad Vibrations (2016)
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  • I have come undone
    Desperate and out of touch
    Fall when I should run
    Am I worth a reassemble?

    I have come undone
    This illness is my crutch
    Call out to anyone
    Am I worth a reassemble?

    I toss, turn beneath the waves
    A silent victim of the depths
    Cast aside I'm scrambling to catch my
    I can't find my way out as I'm descending
    My path remains unclear as the water overtakes me

    Drowning in my despair

    I have come undone
    Desperate and out of touch
    Fall when I should run
    Am I worth a reassemble?

    I have come undone
    This illness is my crutch
    Call out to anyone
    Am I worth a reassemble?

    My thoughts are not my own
    No (no) where's (where's) safe alone in the tide

    I'm alone and it sinks in

    This current's pulling me under

    Drowning in my despair

    I have come undone
    Desperate and out of touch
    Fall when I should run
    Am I worth a reassemble?

    I have come undone
    This illness is my crutch
    Call out to anyone
    Am I worth a reassemble?

    The surf's against us are we able?
    Forgive our faults when they're shameful
    Let's be honest with ourselves
    Worn and broken, reassembled
    Forgive our thoughts when they're shameful
    Let's be honest with ourselves
    Let's be honest with ourselves Writer/s: ANDREW WADE, JEREMY MCKINNON, KEVIN SKAFF, NEIL WESTFALL
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., MOTHERSHIP MUSIC PUBLISHING
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