Black Spot

Album: Hummingbird (2013)
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  • Oh no,
    I'm dying wrong
    I can read it in
    The whites
    And the thing is
    I knew it before
    I re-open my eyes
    And if I didn't know
    To be afraid
    The faces made me sure that I do now
    As I sit and wait
    As I sit and wait

    Oh no,
    I'm dying wrong
    But I'm still laying here
    Alive
    With a black spot
    On my arm
    And so calm, I look inside

    And I see the things
    I always knew
    But wasn't sure until now
    That if it comes to claim
    That if it comes to claim

    I won't run
    I won't run
    I won't run
    I won't run Writer/s: Kelcey Paul Ayer, Matthew James Frazier, Ryan Clinton Hahn, Taylor David Rice
    Publisher: WORDS & MUSIC A DIV OF BIG DEAL MUSIC LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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