Warpaint

Album: A Loud Bash of Teenage Feelings (2016)
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  • Make a muscle with your brain
    You're not as broken as you are brave
    All the things that fuck you up
    Knock them out and then come back to us

    Tonight could be the roughest of your life
    I know you'll wake dying to survive
    Don't be afraid to want to be alive

    Splatter warpaint on your cheek
    Bear your heart without apology
    Hang your anger, cut it loose
    Make this stick: I won't give up on you

    Tonight could be the roughest of your life
    I know you'll wake dying to survive
    Don't be afraid to want to be alive

    Knock the pills out of your teeth
    The way they're kissing you
    Gives me the creeps
    Make a fist and ditch your doubts
    I know you'll die some time
    But it's not now

    Tonight could be the roughest of your life
    I know you'll wake dying to survive
    Don't be afraid to want to be alive Writer/s: James Alex Snyder
    Publisher: CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC, Downtown Music Publishing
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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