Leathers

Album: Koi No Yokan (2012)
  • This is
    Your chance revolt, resist!
    Open your chest, look down, reach in.

    Shedding your skin,
    Showing your texture.
    Time to let everything inside show.
    You're cutting all ties
    Now and forever, time to let
    Everything outside you

    This is
    Your test come forth, confess!
    Extend your tongue, speak out, go on

    Shedding your skin,
    Showing your texture.
    Time to let everything inside show.
    You're cutting all ties
    Now and forever, time to let
    Everything outside you
    Shed your casing, show your lines
    And shapes

    Wear your insides, on the outside,
    Show your enemy, what you look like
    What you look like
    What you look like
    From the inside
    From the inside

    ?
    Now and forever
    Time to die

    Shedding your skin,
    Showing your texture.
    Time to let everything inside show.
    You're cutting all ties
    Now and forever, time to let
    Everything outside you
    Shed your casing, show your lines
    And shapes

    Wear your insides, on the outside,
    Show your enemy, what you look like
    What you look like
    What you look like
    From the inside
    From the inside Writer/s: ABE CUNNINGHAM, CHINO CAMILO MORENO, FRANK MIRELEZ DELGADO, SERGIO VEGA, STEPHEN CARPENTER
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