Album: Venom (2015)
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  • You're nowhere even near me
    But everywhere I go I feel you
    Can you feel me?
    Why can't I just forget you
    I want to shed my skin to remove you
    Can you hear me?

    Now I'm giving up, I'm never looking back
    Here we go again
    You keep giving me a taste of your venom
    You know I'm never looking back
    Here we go again
    I don't want another taste of your venom

    How dare you play the victim
    These tortured eyes, they see right through you
    Right through you
    But still you keep my captive
    And make me feel like I deserve you
    But I hate you, hate you

    Now I'm giving up, I'm never looking back
    Here we go again
    You keep giving me a taste of your venom
    You know I'm never looking back
    Here we go again
    I don't want another taste of your venom

    I feel asphyxiated
    It's more than I can take
    But nothing ever changes in the end
    No more I'm suffocating
    You've gone and lost your grip
    But nothing ever changes in the end

    Here we go again
    Hate you, hate you

    Now I'm giving up, I'm never looking back
    Here we go again
    You keep giving me a taste of your venom
    You know I'm never looking back
    Here we go again
    I don't want another taste of your venom

    Giving up, never looking back
    Here we go again
    You keep giving me a taste of your venom
    You know I'm never looking back
    Here we go again
    I don't want another taste of your venom Writer/s: MATTHEW TUCK, MICHAEL DAVID THOMAS, MICHAEL KIERON PAGET
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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