Skeletons

Album: Skeletons (2020)
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  • I heard you been creeping round
    'Bout the time that sun goes down
    You been talking in your sleep and
    It's been going on for weeks and I been
    Solving puzzle pieces
    High time to come to Jesus

    You got skeletons in your closet
    It's written all over your face
    Every little lie stacked so high
    Can't keep your story straight
    I don't know oh oh
    How they got there, it's getting under my skin
    You got skeletons in your closet
    And I got bones to pick with them, oh

    I was born in the morning
    But I wasn't born yesterday
    Deep into your inventory's
    Gonna send me to an early grave

    You got skeletons in your closet
    It's written all over your face
    Every little lie stacked so high
    Can't keep your story straight
    I don't know oh oh
    How they got there, it's getting under my skin
    You got skeletons in your closet
    And I got bones to pick with them

    Yeah, you got skeletons in your closet
    It's written all over your face
    Every little lie stacked so high
    Can't keep your story straight
    I don't know oh oh
    How they got there, it's getting under my skin
    You got skeletons in your closet
    And I got bones to pick with
    Bones to pick with
    Bones to pick with them, hey

    Hoo Writer/s: Andrew Deroberts, John Osborne, Josh Osborne, Tj Osborne
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC, Downtown Music Publishing, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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