Hell Don't Need Me

Album: Extremist (2014)
  • I don't wanna close my eyes
    I can't tell if I'm asleep or if I'm blind

    We're going nowhere
    No one seems to care

    I could sell a peace of mind
    I could tell you every time that I divide

    The water will decide
    Where to feed me
    Mother don't you cry
    Hell don't need me

    I will see it all in time
I can't be the only one across that line

    We're going nowhere
    No one seems to care

    The water will decide
    Where to feed me
    Mother don't you cry
    Hell don't need me

    Don't need me
    Don't need me
    Don't need me
    Don't need me

    The water will decide
    Where to feed me
    Mother don't you cry
    Hell don't need me

    The water will decide
    Where to feed me
    Mother don't you cry
    Hell don't need meWriter/s: PATRICK JOHN JUDGE, RYAN CURTIS CLARK
    Publisher: MUSIC SERVICES, INC.
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