Mother Earth

Album: The Altar (2016)
  • I'm the water, consuming all my kindness for altaration
    And Momma ain't lying for her daughter
    Oh, I know on mother earth I see the weather

    So I'm not gonna cover up the freckles on my faces
    I, I covered all the bases

    Follow me to my bed
    'Cause every time you fall, I'll be holdin' your head up
    And when will you get tired of feeling bad?
    And every time you fall, fall on me
    Follow me to my bed
    'Cause every time you fall, I'll be holdin' your head up
    And when will you get tired of feeling bad?
    And every time you fall, fall on me

    He's so hollow
    Well, baby, made him blind until he wasted fate
    So I'm left behind until he curse my sorrow
    But I know on mother earth I see the weather

    So I won't let you burden in all my safest places
    I, I covered all the bases

    Follow me to my bed
    'Cause every time you fall, I'll be holdin' your head up
    And when will you get tired of feeling bad?
    And every time you fall, fall on me
    Follow me to my bed
    'Cause every time you fall, I'll be holdin' your head up
    And when will you get tired of feeling bad?
    And every time you fall, fall on me Writer/s: JENNA ANDREWS, JILLIAN BANKS
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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