Battle In Me

Album: Not Your Kind of People (2012)
  • I look at you
    And that's a dancer drinking
    What a mess
    A drink record lipstick
    You've made a joke
    Do you hear me laughing?
    Get out my face
    Before I loose my patience

    Oh me and you
    Let's cut the story
    And when I'm gone
    It takes a lot to shake me
    So shake it,
    It's the battle in me

    It's the battle in you
    It's a battle in me

    It's a bloody war
    Of patricians
    Let's see which one of us
    Is gonna least the ?

    Cause I hear voices of my witch
    Surround me
    And I'll be down
    If I'm done
    Why ride the place?
    Why ride the ? stop spinning
    ?
    I want something to happen
    So make it happen

    It's the battle in you
    It's a battle in me

    Let's take a torch
    Through the past to the future
    ?
    See how it feels
    With the passing warning
    We'll be down
    When we're done

    Shake it, shake it
    Shake it up

    Shake it, shake it
    Shake it up

    Cause it's the battle in you
    It's the battle in me

    It's the battle in you
    It's a battle in me

    Shake it, shake it
    Shake it up

    Shake it, shake it
    Shake it upWriter/s: Bryan David Vig, Douglas Elwin Erickson, Shirley Ann Manson, Steve W Marker
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
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