Tattoo

Album: Breathe In. Breathe Out. (2015)
  • Hmm yeah your burn me, you can
    Well I don't know wanna know you've been
    I was your new best friend
    Do you know I'll treat you like them
    And I know

    You're under my skin
    Burning in my bloodstream
    These scars were the way that you loved me
    I guess that you had to leave a tattoo on my skin
    Burning in my bloodstream
    These scars were the way that you loved me
    I guess that you had to leave a tattoo to remind me
    A tattoo to remind me
    A tattoo to remind me

    Apologies for the way I've been
    I couldn't wash you off my skin
    No I, I couldn't live without you
    Tears at night could drive but I know
    I'm burning right the wire and lifeboats
    You could be in the way you play me
    And I know

    You're under my skin
    Burning in my bloodstream
    These Scars were the way that you loved me
    I guess that you had to leave a tattoo on my skin
    Burning in my bloodstream
    These scars were the way that you loved me
    I guess that you had to leave a tattoo to remind me
    A tattoo to remind me
    A tattoo to remind me

    See these scars leaving blood on my little white dress
    Bleeding hard, screaming me now, now

    You're under my skin
    Burning in my bloodstream
    These scars were the way that you loved me
    I guess that you had to leave a tattoo on my skin
    Burning in my bloodstream
    These scars were the way that you loved me
    I guess that you had to leave a tattoo to remind me
    A tattoo to remind me
    A tattoo
    under my skin
    Burning in my bloodstream
    These scars were the way that you loved me
    I guess that you had to leave a tattoo to remind me Writer/s: ED SHEERAN, JAKE GOSLING, CHRIS LEONARD, EDWARD CHRISTOPHER SHEERAN, JAKE NATHAN GOSLING
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Royalty Network
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