Bone Dry
by Eels

Album: The Deconstruction (2018)
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  • In my dream, I see you there
    Your eyes fixed in a vacant stare
    A little laugh, a crooked smile
    Don't lift a finger while I lay dying

    Bone dry
    You drank all the blood
    My heart is bone dry
    Can't give you more 'cause you took all of it (Sha la la)

    Was a day when I did believe
    The things you say are what you mean
    Dear sweet, innocent me
    How much you took from me to finally see

    Bone dry
    You drank all the blood
    My heart is bone dry
    Can't give you more 'cause you took all of it (sha la la, sha la la)

    Sha la la
    Shouby dooby dooby doo
    Shouby dooby
    Shouby dooby dooby doo

    What becomes a man like me
    Drifting off, lost at see
    I'll set a fire look up for it
    Lookin' for me, I'm a pink sunset

    Bone dry (sha la la)
    You drank all the blood
    My heart is bone dry (sha la la)
    Can't give you more 'cause you took all of it (Sha la la)

    Bone dry, who!
    (Sha la la) bone dry, whoo!
    You took all of it (sha la la)
    Sha la la
    Sha la la

    Sha la la Writer/s: Mark O. Everett, Rusty Logsdon
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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