Sulfur Surrounding

Album: Underneath (2020)
  • Let's take a good look at you

    You wanna see it through my eyes
    So I'm coming through
    But I've never seen a ground so hollow
    Haunted by a chemical compulsion
    When I know that there are options
    I wanna see it through God's eye
    But hate brews in me so easy

    I know you want it
    You're glued to me so easy
    Sulfur surrounding
    It puts you away

    I had to see it through your eyes
    So I'm coming back
    To corrode the chords
    Communicate the feeling
    You wanna see it through my eyes
    But your body is blue
    It shouldn't be so easy

    I know you want it
    You're glued to me so easy
    Sulfur surrounding
    It drags you through hell

    You wanna see it through God's eyes
    So I'm coming
    You wanna see it through God's eye
    So I'm coming

    Take me over
    Take me over
    Take me
    Take me

    I know you want it
    You're glued to me so
    I know you want it
    You're glued to me so easy
    But now you've got it
    It proved to be so easy
    Sulfur surrounding
    Surrounding
    Surrounding me

    Sulfur surrounding
    It puts you away

    There's nowhere to run Writer/s: Jami Gabriel Morgan, Reba Lilith Meyers, Joseph Paul Goldman, Eric Michael Balderose
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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