17 Crimes
by AFI

  • If you had a day
    would you give me a moment?
    Would you allow our play
    to leave no bone unbroken?

    Let’s love, like 17
    I’m in love with poisoning
    Only bring your pretty, frightful gifts to me
    Let’s love, and kill like 17 now

    If I weren’t so cold
    we could unfreeze this moment
    And as the world grow old,
    We’ll leave no heart unbroken

    Let’s love, like 17
    I’m in love with poisoning
    Only bring your pretty, frightful gifts to me
    Let’s love, and kill like 17 now

    Tomorrow cannot be like this
    And even though it’s such a simple world,
    tomorrow cannot be like this
    Tomorrow they will take a stand
    We’ll leave no heart unbroken

    Let’s love, like 17
    I’m in love, with poisoning
    Only bring your pretty, frightful gifts to me
    Let’s love, and kill like 17 now

    Let’s love, like 17
    I’m in love with your new screams
    Only bring those pretty, frightful things to me
    Let’s love, and kill like 17 now

    Let’s run, and kill like 17 now

    Let’s love, and kill like 17 Writer/s: Adam A Carson, David Paden Marchand, Hunter Lawrence Burgan, Jade Errol Puget
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