I'm Not Calling You a Liar

  • I'm not calling you a liar
    Just don't lie to me
    I'm not calling you a thief
    Just don't steal from me
    I'm not calling you a ghost
    Just stop haunting me
    And I love you so much
    I'm gonna let you
    Kill me

    There's a ghost in my lungs
    And it sighs in my sleep
    Wraps itself around my tongue
    As it softly speaks
    Then it walks then it walks with my legs

    To fall
    To fall
    To fall at your feet
    Oh but for the grace of god go on
    And when you kiss me I'm happy enough to die

    I'm not calling you a liar
    Just don't lie to me
    And I love you so much
    I'm gonna let you
    I'm not calling you a thief
    Just don't
    And I love you so much
    I'm gonna let you
    Oh
    I'm not calling you a ghost
    Just don't

    There's a ghost in my mouth
    And it talks in my sleep
    Wraps itself around my tongue
    As it softly speaks
    Then it walks then it walks
    Then it walks with my legs

    To fall
    To fall
    To fall
    To fall
    To fall
    To fall at your feet
    Oh but for the grace of god go on
    And when you kiss me I'm happy enough Writer/s: FLORENCE LEONTINE MARY WELCH, ISABELLA JANET FLORENTINA SUMMERS
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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