Take Me
by Korn

Album: The Serenity of Suffering (2016)
  • You bumped into me
    I was down and you took me up past the ceiling
    You are the disease
    I'm the remedy that numbs all your feelings
    You come lookin' for me
    I'm the only one that keeps you sound
    I bring you down to your knees
    'Cause I'm the only that makes you, you, you, you

    Take me
    Please take me
    It's the only way
    Please take me

    You came after me
    I'm not worth anything if I'm not inside you
    Only you can truly see
    All the hell you put me through when the fish is feeding
    Can't really make a break
    'Cause every time I run away, you hunt me down
    You can't ever be me
    'Cause every time I turn around it's you, you, you, it's you

    Take me
    Please take me
    It's the only way
    Please take me

    I feel it dulling, I feel it helping me
    It's taking everything all up away from me
    I feel it ripping, I feel it scarring me
    This shit has made me cry to all reality
    I feel it calling
    I feel it calling
    It's calling me

    Go away, away
    Go away, away

    Take me
    Please take me
    It's the only way
    Please take me

    Take me
    Please take me
    It's the only way
    Please take me Writer/s: Jonathan Davis, James Shaffer, Brian Welch, Reginald Arvizu, Ray Luzier
    Publisher: Songtrust Ave, BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind


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