Formaldehyde

Album: The Weight Of Your Love (2013)
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  • Would you butcher my love
    To understand it
    To know where it lies?
    Cut a hole in my heart
    Fill a hole in your life

    I'm yours to dissect
    Now does every heartbeat
    Burn white heat in your blood?
    Formaldehyde

    The tissue and bone
    And my soul has on loan
    Begs to be near you
    Are you listening carefully?
    Then we shall begin

    Now does every heartbeat
    Burn white heat in your blood?
    I hope it doesn't matter
    I hope we swim up out of this flood

    Of formaldehyde (I'll never let you go)
    Formaldehyde (until the end of time)
    Formaldehyde (I'll never let you go)
    Formaldehyde (nothing on my mind)

    Smother my love, entertain it
    My mind's gonna wander
    Are you listening carefully?
    Then we shall begin

    Of formaldehyde (I'll never let you go)
    Formaldehyde (until the end of time)
    Formaldehyde (I'll never let you go)
    Formaldehyde (nothing on my mind)

    I'm lost in a love that's a mile wide
    Drowned in a bath of formaldehyde

    Now does every heartbeat
    Burn white heat in your blood?
    I hope it doesn't matter
    I hope we swim up out of this flood

    Of formaldehyde (I'll never let you go)
    Formaldehyde (until the end of time)
    Formaldehyde (I'll never let you go)
    Formaldehyde (nothing on my mind)

    I'm lost in a love that's a mile wide
    Drowned in a bath of formaldehyde Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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