M.T.M.E.

Album: Belladonna Of Sadness (2017)
  • Well it never was all that clear
    Why you left me standing in the mirror
    The horizon drank me down

    No, I never did completely know
    Why you sunk down on that gas pedal
    Always trying to skip the town

    Scribble down in pencil
    Ten-track souvenir
    Audio momento
    Music to my ears

    No, I never really understood
    How you do it like a stranger does
    Send me flying every time

    Oh, I never really wondered why
    I was just trying to pass some time
    I ain't crying, I'm just fine

    Scribble down in pencil
    Ten-track souvenir
    Audio momento
    Music to my ears

    You questioned my credentials
    You quoted Vladimir
    You're Dario Argento
    Music to my ears
    Music to my ears
    Music to my ears
    Music to my ears

    I never really wondered why
    I was just trying to pass some time
    I ain't crying, I'm just fine Writer/s: ALEXANDRA MCDERMOTT, ALEX TURNER
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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