Warning Bell

Album: Damned Devotion (2017)
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  • Even in the water
    You are so soft in the corner
    Soft where you shouldn't be
    And I just died for it every time

    If there was a warning bell
    I'd know
    But all I hear is music
    Soft and low

    Never see it coming
    I never see it coming on
    I never see it coming
    I always look the wrong way 'round

    Even when the wind blows
    I whisper light as a feather
    Same as it ever was
    But I was never good at levitating

    If there was a warning bell
    I'd know
    But all I hear is music
    Soft and low

    I never see it coming
    I never see it coming on
    I never see it coming
    I always look the wrong way 'round

    I have loved to save us
    I tend to trust the villain
    I've been fine with learning it the hard way

    But I will stop and listen
    Remind myself a cautious heart
    Is a trophy I'm worthy of

    I never see it coming

    If there was a warning bell
    I'd know
    But all I hear is music
    Soft and low

    I never see it coming
    I never see it coming on
    I never see it coming
    I always look the wrong way 'round Writer/s: Joan Wasser
    Publisher: DOMINO PUBLISHING COMPANY
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