Still Don't Know My Name

Album: Euphoria (Original Score from the HBO Series) (2020)
Charted: 52
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  • I took your heart
    I did things to you only lovers would do in the dark
    It made you a God
    Priests, popes, and preachers would tell me I did it wrong
    But, hey
    You made a negro flip
    What do I say
    To make me exist? Oh
    Stranger

    Still don't know my name
    You still don't know my name
    And I would die your slave
    Baby, right now
    But you still don't know my name
    Yeah

    Wish you, wish you'd come over, mm
    Miss you, kiss you in make-believe
    I'm dreamin' of all of the possibilities
    I'm kissin' all over your body, my Nefertiti
    And every time I think the planets alignin'
    You're still so close, but yet so far

    Still don't know my name
    You still don't know my name
    And I would die your slave
    Baby, right now
    But you still don't know my name
    Yeah Writer/s: Timothy Lee Mckenzie
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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