Bury It

Album: Every Open Eye (2015)
  • Cover up, cover up, cover up that you're ruthless
    Nobody, nobody, nobody's ever gonna notice
    And I am catchin' up and I am seein' red
    How about I prove I'm right and raise it overhead?

    I never promised you anything I couldn't do
    We tried to bury it and rise above, bury it and rise above
    You, you, you never promised me you were seeing differently
    Bury it and rise above, bury it and rise above

    You, you
    You bury it, bury it, bury it and rise above
    You bury it, bury it, bury it and rise above

    Reaching, reaching for, reaching for my resistance
    Nobody, nobody, nobody sees it at a distance
    And I am catchin' up and I am seein' red
    How about I throw my way and raise it overhead?

    I never promised you anything I couldn't do
    We tried to bury it and rise above, bury it and rise above
    You, you, you never promised me you were seeing differently
    Bury it and rise above, bury it and rise above

    You, you
    You bury it, bury it, bury it and rise above
    You bury it, bury it, bury it and rise above
    You bury it, bury it, bury it and rise above
    You bury it, bury it, bury it and rise above

    I never promised you anything I couldn't do
    We tried to bury it and rise above, bury it and rise above
    You, you, you never promised me you were seeing differently
    Bury it and rise above, bury it and rise above

    You, you
    You bury it, bury it, bury it and rise above
    You bury it, bury it, bury it and rise above
    You bury it, bury it, bury it and rise above
    You bury it, bury it, bury it and rise above Writer/s: IAIN ANDREW COOK, LAUREN EVE MAYBERRY, MARTIN CLIFFORD DOHERTY
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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