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Album: I, I (2019)
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  • For only takers, stand and take in where you are
    Turn around and face it, you're adjacent to the scar
    "I want mine here though!"
    We heard that story before

    What you think we're tamin' with the towers and the oar?
    You keep evading boy, you putting me flat on the floor
    It's okay, you were young when you were gave it
    But you stayed there

    And you'd expect it when we photograph our scars
    Some lonely fable that we took in then right from the start

    I want it back
    I want it back
    Won't you tell me how to get it back?
    I want it back
    I want it back
    Why won't you tell me how to get it back?
    My, my
    my, my

    I'm comin' over for another story told
    I'm sayin', homie, that it's not what you been sold
    It's hardly what you'd know

    The ordinary something neither of us holds
    No folding gold for protecting from the lords
    Who's that really we leave out in the cold?
    But they're depending, so you just keep giving pause
    "I must defend it," oh the tariffs hit you hard
    Just keep adding up boy, you'll be below regard Writer/s: Andrew Sarlo, Bradley Cook, Justin Deyarmond Edison Vernon, Phillip Cook, Wesley Tyler Glass
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., SC PUBLISHING DBA SECRETLY CANADIAN PUB., Ultra Tunes, Wixen Music Publishing, WORDS & MUSIC A DIV OF BIG DEAL MUSIC LLC
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