Machete
by Moby

Album: Play (1999)
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  • Yesterday I felt so cold I felt like I could die
    Took the needles from my arms and put them to the sky
    Watched the cold come take me pull me down like I did know
    I saw it gone

    Hold myself up til tomorrow holds me down again
    Feel the darkness coming over see how it begins
    Come with me into the willow garden out tonight
    Feel the darkness come my moon will touch you with its light

    Help me life was over love I want to had you in my sights
    See and I was overlooked I had you in my hands
    Like a lid of no survivors nothing I don't mind
    Help me broken baby help me break you with my mind. Writer/s: RICHARD MELVILLE HALL
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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