Stonemilker

Album: Vulnicura (2015)
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  • A juxtaposition in fate
    Find our mutual coordinates

    Moments of clarity are so rare
    I better document this
    Across the view is fears
    All that matters is

    Who is open-chested
    And who has coagulated
    Who can share and
    Who has shot down the chances?

    Show me emotional respect, oh respect, oh respect
    And I have emotional needs, oh needs, oh ooh
    I wish to synchronize our feelings, our feelings, oh ooh

    What is it that I have
    That makes me feel your pain
    Like milking a stone
    To get you to say it and

    Who is open?
    And who has shut up
    And if one feels closed
    How does one stay open?

    We have emotional needs, oh needs, oh needs, oh ooh
    I only wish to synchronize our feelings, our feelings, ooh
    I'll show some emotional respect, oh respect, oh ooh

    A juxtaposition in fate
    Find our mutual coordinates Writer/s: Björk Gudmundsdottir
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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