Skin

  • Days will come that make no sense
    My present situation makes me think too much, too much
    It all revolves around you
    This life that I'm living means nothing without you

    I'd shed my skin for you (I'd shed my skin for you)
    What would you want me to do (What would you want me to do)
    I will always love you, but I can't live like this

    This problem here is my fault
    It's not that I don't care but I'm so lost

    I'd shed my skin for you(I'd shed my skin for you)
    What would you want me to do(What would you want me to do)
    I will always love you, but I can't live like this

    Why

    Now you(With me, a buzz) see why(Now you see why)
    Don't fuck with feelings inside
    Who you lying to?
    Will I survive?
    I like what you put my through, 'cause I feel almost alive(Almost alive)

    I'd shed my skin for you(I'd shed my skin for you)
    What would you want me to do(What would you want me to do)
    I will always love you, but I can't live like this
    I'd shed my skin for you(I'd shed my skin for you)
    What would you want me to do(What would you want me to do)
    I will always love you, but I can't live like this Writer/s: KRIS DAVID KOHLS, MARK CHAVEZ, DAVID CLARK DE ROO, MIKE RANSOM, TIMOTHY SEAN FLUCKEY, MIKE MONTANNO, ERIC JACKSON
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Zero from The Abyss, Nj"Rip me apart" not "With me, a buzz", WTF?
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