Blood

Album: Down to Believing (2015)
  • A candle on the windowsill
    Burning bright, burning still
    Need you home, it lights the way
    There today like yesterday

    And you don't have to explain
    I got your blood running through my veins

    And it don't matter where you've been
    Through the thick and through the thin
    Say a prayer, say my name
    I am the keeper of the flame

    And you don't have to explain
    I got your blood running through my veins
    And you don't have to explain
    I got your blood running through my veins

    All your secrets have a home
    They won't be traded, it won't be so
    Whisper softly in my ear
    When you want 'em, they are here

    And you don't have to explain
    I got your blood running through my veins
    And you don't have to explain
    I got your blood running through my veins
    And you don't have to explain
    I got your blood running through my veins
    And you don't have to explain
    I got your blood running through my veins Writer/s: ALLISON MOORER
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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