Something to Die For

Album: Coming to Terms (2009)
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  • Peel me off the hook, that's something to die for
    Heal me, help me see what the **** did I lie for?
    I'm fighting private wars again, just second thoughts of where and when
    So peel me off the hook, that's something to die for

    Won't you see it in your heart? You should
    Know you always played your part real good, oh yeah
    That's something to die for, that's something to die for

    Well you know me I never learn, I'm holding onto sacred words
    So peel me off the hook, that's something to die for
    Won't you see it in your heart? You should
    Know you always played your part real good

    If it hurts I'll be there, we'll be standing by the shore
    You''ll see how the waves wash away all the dirt
    That's something to die for, that's something to die for

    Won't you see it in your heart?
    Don't you know you played your part real good?
    So won't you see it in your heart? You should
    Should know you always played your part real good

    In the end I'll be there, I'll be standing by your side
    We will see how the tide hides away all the dirt
    That's something to die for, that's something to die for Writer/s: CHAD WOLF, PER HENRIK ALDEHEIM, PETER ANDERS SVENSSON
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Universal Music Publishing Group
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