World Sick

Album: Forgiveness Rock Record (2010)
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  • We got a minefield of crippled affection
    All for the borrowed mirror connection
    That's why I'm leaving this spoken detention
    I'm a romance addict so that I can confess that

    I get world sick every time I take a stand
    Well, I get world sick, my love is for my man

    We got a lady who's wanting to dance
    Men with the maybe looking for endings

    And I get world sick every time I take a stand
    Yeah, I get world sick, my love is for my man

    I'm sick of the self-love, losing the bless me
    The exit the roof of the rule of what we'll be
    And all the destroyers that never wore dresses
    They live for the older, well I'll confess this

    I get world sick every time I take a stand
    Yeah, I get world sick, my love is for my man
    Well, I get world sick every time I take a stand
    Yeah, I get world sick, my love is for my man Writer/s: Brendan Canning, Charles Spearin, David Andrew Whiteman, Justin Peroff, Kevin Drew, Sam Goldberg
    Publisher: ARTS & CRAFTS MUSIC INC DBA GALLERYAC MUSIC, Peermusic Publishing
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