Album: Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats (2015)
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  • Someone came in rushing, dragging feet and nails and I could pretend
    Wanting more of nothing, feel it wearing on me, just keep it hid

    Mellow out and find a better way, you're feeling it, shut down
    Take it easy baby, maybe find some time to just calm down
    Keep on telling me

    Laid a scaring on me, I was thinking maybe I got it in
    I could hand it to you, It doesn't matter if you're not in the biz
    Way to pressure till it's looking like it finally broke down
    Bury it together and maybe find some time to just sit down
    Keep on telling me

    Mellow out and find a better way, you're feeling it, shut down
    Take it easy baby, maybe find some time to just calm down
    Keep on telling me Writer/s: NATHANIEL DAVID RATELIFF
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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