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Album: Nico (1996)
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  • Pull you down now

    Knees knelt, I got my arms open wide
    I got the shades turned, so the colors die
    No, don't hold too tight to the reel
    Cause it's a big one boy
    Its' gonna pull you down now
    Pull you down now

    No, the cook can't look
    No, the cook can't look
    No, no cause he's keeping his eye on the kettle

    In deed he will be around
    When you or you or you feel the need to feel
    Pull you down now

    Well I live more than what you'll ever know
    But I'll give you more than what I'll ever show
    I live more than what you'll ever know
    And I give you more that what I'll ever show

    More than I'll ever show
    More than I'll ever show
    More than I'll ever show
    More than I'll ever show
    More than I'll ever show
    More than I'll ever show Writer/s: BRAD SMITH, CHRISTOPHER JOHN THORN, CHRISTOPHER THORN, GLEN GRAHAM, SHANNON HOON, THOMAS ROGERS STEVENS, THOMAS STEVENS
    Publisher: DistroKid, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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