I'd Do Anything

Album: Gold & Grey (2019)
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  • If you pulled gently I'd fall right back into line again
    You help me check myself and all that I surround
    It was moments ago
    I knew exactly what to say
    Spilling on the ground
    The words forever gold and grey

    When I make my escape
    Will I get sucked up by the rain?
    I am selfish, I am wrong
    I'm scared to be alone
    Every aching joint breaking at the bone

    I'd do anything to feel like I'm alive again
    I'd do anything to feel like I'm alive
    I would do anything to feel like I'm alive again
    I'd do anything, anything

    The world keeps burning
    So it's back into the fire again
    You kept me low but I am
    High above the ground
    No, you didn't miss a word
    You know exactly what I said
    "I lost myself when I loved my enemy"

    I'd do anything to feel like I'm alive again
    I'd do anything to feel like I'm alive
    I would do anything to feel like I'm alive again
    I'd do anything, anything Writer/s: Gina Gleason, John Baizley, Nick Jost, Sebastian Thomson
    Publisher: Bluewater Music Corp.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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