I Want You To Love Me

Album: Fetch The Bolt Cutters (2020)
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  • I've waited many years
    Every print I left upon the track
    Has led me here
    And next year it'll be clear
    This was only leading me to that
    And by that time
    I hope that

    You
    Love me
    You
    Love me

    I move with the trees
    In the breeze
    I know that time is elastic
    And I know when I go
    All my particles disband and disperse
    And I'll be back in the pulse
    And I know none of this'll matter
    In the long run
    But I know a sound is still a sound
    Around no-one
    And while I'm in this body
    I want somebody to want
    And I want what I want
    And I want

    You
    To love me
    You

    And I know that you do
    In the dark
    I know that you do
    And I know that you know
    That you got the protector to pick me up
    And I want you to use it
    Blast the music
    Bang it, bite it, bruise it
    Whenever you want to begin, begin
    We don't have to go back to where we been
    I am the woman who wants you to win
    And I've been waiting
    Waiting for

    You
    To love me
    You
    You Writer/s: Fiona Apple Maggart
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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