Wash All Over Me

Album: Rebel Heart (2015)
  • In a world that's changing
    I'm a stranger in a strange land
    There's a contradiction
    And I'm stuck here in between

    Life is like a desert
    An a oasis to confuse me
    So I walk this razors edge
    Will I stand or will I fall?

    Turn a blind eye, try to pretend that nothing is what it seems
    Torn between the impulse to stay or running away from all this madness

    Who am I
    To decide what should be done
    If this is the end then let it come
    Let it come
    Let it rain
    Rain all over me
    Like the tide, let it flow
    Let it wash all over me
    Over me

    Let it wash all over me
    Over me
    Let it wash all over me

    All of my illusions
    Could be shattered in a second
    You could thread a needle with a teardrop from my eyes
    It's a cruel injustice to be witness to the things I see
    Looking for the answer when it's right in front of me
    From the Tower of Babylon where nothing is what it seems
    Gonna watch the sun going down
    I'm not gonna run from all this sadness

    Who am I
    To decide what should be done
    If this is the end then let it come
    Let it come
    Let it rain
    Rain all over me
    Like the tide, let it flow
    Let it wash all over me

    Who am I
    To decide what should be done
    If this is the end then let it come
    Let it come
    Let it rain
    Rain all over me
    Like the tide, let it flow
    Let it wash all over me
    Over me

    Let it wash all over me
    Over me
    Let it wash all over me Writer/s: ASH POURNOURI, TIM BERGLING, KANYE WEST, ERNEST BROWN III, VINCENT PONTARE, MAGNUS LIDEHALL, MIKE DEAN, MADONNA, SALEM AL FAKIR
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Rabbit Bunny from Westminster MdDefiantly the best song off of Rebel Heart! Madonna is brilliant and the last of the great ones that we have and last of her kind and breed!
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