Thickening

Album: The Hunter (2011)
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  • With the lights down low
    Wrapped up like a baby
    And your hair hangs long
    Surrounding my face

    Straight out of nowhere
    Buried deep inside my past
    Straight out of nowhere
    Hoping you'll be the last

    Love your warm embrace
    Hold me close don't let me go
    Nipple pink and cold
    Filled up with mother's milk

    Straight out of nowhere
    Buried deep inside my past
    Straight out of nowhere
    Hoping you'll be the last

    With the lights down low
    Wrapped up like a baby
    And your hair hangs long
    Surrounding my face

    Straight out of nowhere
    Buried deep inside my past
    Straight out of nowhere
    Hoping you'll be the last Writer/s: BRANN TIMOTHY DAILOR, TROY JAYSON SANDERS, WILLIAM BREEN KELLIHER, WILLIAM BRENT HINDS
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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