Gunshot

Album: I Never Learn (2014)
  • I am longing for your poison
    Like a cancer for its prey
    Shot an arrow, in your harbor
    Where you waited in the rain
    I am siren, I am ivy
    I am no one, I'm nobody
    I am longing for your honey
    I am longing for your love

    And the shot goes through my head and back
    Gunshot, I can't take it back

    Lay me down in your ocean
    Carry me and my burden
    I was dreaming about you honey
    I was hoping you'd save me

    And the shot goes through my head and back
    Gunshot, can't take it back
    My heart cracked, really loved you bad
    Gunshot, I'll never get you back

    And I ache, while you're not here
    Feel you aching
    Wide awake, why you're not here
    I can feel you firing straight into my heart

    Goes through my head and back
    Gunshot, can't take it back
    My heart cracked, really loved you bad
    Gunshot, never get you back, never get you back
    Never get you back, never get you back, never get you back Writer/s: BJORN YTTLING, LYKKE LI ZACHRISSON, RICK NOWELS
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
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