Murder Song (5, 4, 3, 2, 1)

Album: All My Demons Greeting Me as a Friend (2015)
  • Five, four, three, two, one
    Five, four, three, two, one

    He holds the gun against my head
    I close my eyes and bang I am dead
    I know he knows that he's killing me for mercy

    And here I go
    Oh oh oh oh
    Oh oh oh oh
    Oh oh oh oh
    And here I go
    Oh oh oh oh
    Oh oh oh oh
    Oh oh oh oh

    He holds my body in his arms
    He didn't mean to do no harm
    And he holds me tight

    Oh, he did it all to spare me from the awful things in life that comes
    And he cries and cries
    I know he knows that he's killing me for mercy

    And here I go
    Oh oh oh oh oh
    Oh oh oh oh
    Oh oh oh oh
    And here I go
    Oh oh oh oh
    Oh oh oh oh
    Oh oh oh oh

    He holds my body in his arms
    He didn't mean to do no harm
    And he cries and cries

    He did it all to spare me from the awful things in life that comes
    And he cries and cries

    Five, four, three, two, one
    Five, four, three, two, one

    Ah
    Ah
    Ah
    Ah
    Five, four, three, two, one
    Five, four, three, two, one
    Five, four, three, two, one
    The gun is gone
    And so am I
    And here I go Writer/s: AURORA AKSNES, ODD MARTIN SKAALNES
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, Downtown Music Publishing, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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