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Album: 22, A Million (2016)
  • Must've been forces
    That took me on them wild courses
    Who knows how many poses
    That I've been in
    But them the main closest
    Hark! it gives meaning mine
    I cannot really post this
    Ah feel the signs
    I worried bout rain
    And I worried bout lightning
    But I watched them off
    To the light of the morning
    Marking the slope
    Slung low in the highlands
    Where the days have no numbers
    If it's harmed, it's harmed me, it'll harm, I let it in

    Oh, the old modus
    Out to be leading live
    Said, comes the old ponens
    Demit to strive
    A word about Gnosis
    It ain't gonna buy the groceries
    Or middle-out locusts
    Or weigh to find
    I hurry bout shame
    And I worry bout a worn path
    And I wander off
    Just to come back home
    Turning to waltz
    Hold high in the lowlands
    Cause the days have no numbers
    It harms me, it harms me, it harms like a lamb

    So I can depose this
    Partial to the bleeding vines
    Suppose you can't hold shit
    How high I've been
    What a river don't know is
    To climb out and heed a line
    To slow among roses
    Or stay behind

    I've been to that grove
    Where no matter the source is
    And I walked it off how long I'd last
    Sore-ring to cope
    Whole band on the canyon
    Cause the days have no numbers
    Well it harms, it harms me, it harms, I'll let it in Writer/s: Fionn Regan, Justin Deyarmond Edison Vernon, Michael L. Lewis
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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