Snow Cats
by AFI

Album: AFI (The Blood Album) (2016)
  • Am I coy enough?
    Not boy enough?
    You wanted me in this dress
    Or nothing else
    You say I am
    I am not scared enough
    Prepared enough
    You wanted me in distress?
    I've nothing left to fear
    I am, I am here

    I'll wait for you another night
    (As you like)
    Dressed in Himalayan white
    I'll wait for you some other night
    (Dressed as you like)
    Dressed in Himalayan white

    Am I loud too much
    And proud too much?
    You wanted me in this stance
    Or on my back
    You said I am
    I am not read enough
    In bed enough
    I've given up on romance
    I've nothing left for love
    I am, I am here

    I'll wait for you another night
    (As you like)
    Dressed in Himalayan white
    I'll wait for you some other night
    (Dressed as you like)
    Dressed in Himalayan white

    Who's to say when the cats are away
    What they say, what they say
    We won't come back
    Who's to say when the cats are away
    We won't come back
    What they say, what they say
    We won't come back
    Who's to say when we cats are away
    We won't come back
    What we say, what I say
    I won't stay

    I'll wait for you some other night
    (Dressed as you like)
    Dressed in Himalayan white
    I'll wait for you some other night
    (As you like)
    Dressed in Himalayan white

    I'll wait for you
    I'll wait for you
    (As you like)
    Dressed in Himalayan white Writer/s: Davey Havok, Jade Puget, Hunter Burgan, Adam Carson
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