Simmer

Album: Petals for Armor (2020)
  • Rage is a quiet thing
    You think that you've tamed it
    But it's just lying in wait
    Oh
    Rage
    Is it in our veins?
    Feel it in my face when I least expect it

    Give in

    Control
    There's so many ways to give in
    Eyes close
    Another way to make it to ten
    Oh how to draw the line between wrath and mercy?
    Gotta simmer, simmer, simmer, simmer, simmer down

    Control
    There's so many ways to give in
    Eyes close
    Another way to make it to ten
    Oh how to draw the line between wrath and mercy?
    Gotta simmer, simmer, simmer, simmer, simmer down

    If I had seen my reflection
    As something more precious
    He would've never
    Mmm and if my child needed protection
    From a fucker like that man
    I'd sooner gut him
    'Cause nothing cuts like a mother

    Give in

    Control
    There's so many ways to give in
    Eyes close
    Another way to make it to ten
    Oh how to draw the line between wrath and mercy?
    Simmer, simmer, simmer, simmer, simmer down

    Control
    There's so many ways to give in
    Eyes close
    Another way to make it to ten
    Oh, how to draw the line between wrath and mercy?
    Simmer, simmer, simmer, simmer, simmer down

    Wrap yourself in petals
    Wrap yourself in petals
    Wrap yourself in petals for armor
    Petals for armor

    Give In

    Control
    There's so many ways to give in
    Eyes close
    Another way to make it to ten
    Oh how to draw the line between wrath and mercy?
    Gotta simmer, simmer, simmer, simmer, simmer down

    Control
    There's so many ways to give in
    Eyes close
    Another way to make it to ten
    Oh how to draw the line between wrath and mercy?
    Gotta simmer, simmer, simmer Writer/s: Hayley Nichole Williams, Joey Howard, Taylor York
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Songtrust Ave
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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