If You Really Love Nothing

  • If you really love nothing
    On what future do we build illusions
    If you really love nothing
    Do we wait in silent glory
    If you really love nothing
    What part of betrayal do you wish to deny

    Whenever I find my home
    The next artery
    Splendid I bled my whole life
    So it's probably a kiss goodbye then

    If you really love nothing
    Everybody's made up
    Everybody's losing
    If you really love nothing
    Shall we sleep in silent glory
    If you really love nothing
    How could you be there
    You could just leave forever

    When I find my home
    The next artery
    Splendid I bled my whole life
    So it's probably a kiss goodbye then
    It's goodbye then

    You can trace a hole upon your dress
    On your dress, on your dress, on you dress

    Breath in it's optimal
    Reading remember
    The week's end grading
    Better than seven other men
    Wayward from women who break dimension
    I know that you could just leave forever

    When I find my home
    The next artery
    Splendid I bled my whole life
    So it's gonna be a kiss goodbye then
    This is goodbye then

    You can trace a hole upon your dress
    And give me goodbye and a kiss
    I see you trace that hole upon your chest
    Give me goodbye and a kissWriter/s: Daniel Alexander Kessler, Paul Julian Banks, Samuel J Fogarino
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
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