An Evening With El Diablo

Album: Wonder What's Next (2002)
  • High up on you, you display good traits though few.
    We've found time alone will tell.
    This disease keeps holding me down.
    Try to run when bear sleep.
    To imagine us away.
    He said come, fly around my he'll.
    And know this, you seem to be
    Too scared to run.
    Wish I had your faults
    Nothing seems to phase you
    Lies, you're much more than just human.
    I was high up on you til the shadows began to crawl.
    Some say we can never know from just how far down this beast has come.
    Too scared to run
    So scared to run
    Wish I had your faults
    Nothing seems to phase you
    Lies, you're much more than just human." Writer/s: JOSEPH LOEFFLER, PETER LOEFFLER, SAMUEL LOEFFLER
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 3

  • Elisabeth from Aurora, Iltotaly love this song. vocals are amazing. chills every time.
  • Robby from Lynchburg, OhBravo, Maura.
  • Maura from Orlando, FlIt's "An Evening With El DIABLO". If you're gonna post up a song, at LEAST get the name right, peoples. Chevelle kicks ass and they deserve to have the names of their songs spelled CORRECTLY.
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