Far Cry

  • I'm built to break
    I give to take
    Mind, body and soul
    I feel to burn
    I heal to hurt
    Human after all

    But I can feel I'm far from grace
    Thirsty for your warm embrace
    Under my arms
    But think of all the infinite ways
    You can think of something so sad
    But fell dumb

    Give me something, I can feed with love
    Give me reason to follow you down
    I really want to, I really love to

    Give up, lay down
    Sink deep in the ground
    Become the fall
    But I run and hide
    Cower from the light
    Be still my soul

    But I can feel I'm far from grace
    Thirsty for your warm embrace
    Under my arms
    But think of all the infinite ways
    You can make me feel okay
    But felt numb

    Give me something, I can feed with love
    Give me reasons to follow you down
    I really want to, I really love to
    Give you hope when I know nothings right
    I'll be taking you home tonight
    I really want to, I really love to

    Tell Someone
    I will be fine
    Before the far cry
    Calls into the night
    Help me to love
    Hard as I might
    And get by
    And get by
    Tell me someone
    I will be fine
    Before the far cry
    Calls into the night
    Help me to love
    Hard as I might
    And get by
    And get by
    (And get by)
    (And get by)
    (And get by)
    (By)Writer/s: Anthony Kilhoffer, Jack Garratt
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
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