The Lovers

Album: Add Violence (2017)
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  • I can hear you breathing
    I've slipped out of time again
    Leaving all of you behind
    And I'm free
    To return to the place where I already am
    And always been if I just really looked and allowed myself to see
    The confusion is seducing me warm, flowing wide his eyes summer hypnotize they see inside of me
    Hot swollen skin want me take me perfect embrace
    Black and bloody rotten and perfect
    The center has moved on and all that's left is free
    Finally, finally
    Everyone seems to be asleep but me

    Take me into the arms of the lovers
    Free, take me into the arms of the lovers

    All I see you, floating there
    How could I ever hope to forget
    Always rearranging
    This house, those words are a lie a mirror reflecting in a mirror of a lie
    A light shines still always
    Shadows in every word
    Beneath black eaves please don't leave me here
    I could stop it maybe I could stop it if I wanted to
    But I'm not the one driving anymore
    I know who I am
    But I know who I am
    Right?

    Take me into the arms of the lovers
    Free me into the arms of the lovers

    Into the arms of the lovers
    Plea, into the arms of the lovers

    I am free into the arms of the lovers Writer/s: Trent Reznor
    Publisher: Downtown Music Publishing, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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