Driving Me Wild

  • My heart is pounding
    I'm trembling with rage
    I'm wrestling with my demons
    On every page

    Can't read that label
    I can't make it out
    It's a world of confusion
    That I'm talking about

    You're driving me wild,
    You're driving me wild,
    You're driving me wild,
    You're driving me wild,
    You're driving me wild,
    You're driving me wild.

    It's tearing me apart
    How can I escape
    The shape I'm in
    No dream will ever be the same
    Everything around calls your name

    I'm dealing with a feeling
    Like nobody knows an unkindness of ravens
    A murder of crows

    Out in the cold
    I'm feeling so bad
    Can't stop thinking about you
    And times we had

    You're driving me wild...

    Don't leave me in despair
    Listen to my plea
    Just one more time
    I know that love can be unfair
    Wandering on my own, one of a kind

    I keep on blaming myself
    I'm a wise guy why do I end up on the shelf
    A man with a mission, a dog with a bone
    I type with one finger, destination unknown

    You're driving me wild...
    Chat Conversation End Writer/s: BRYAN FERRY
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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