You Make Me Sick

Album: Restoring Force (2014)
  • I want you to stop
    To sit and think of all the times you tried to steal from me
    I might go down, choose my name your smiles your smiles on your face
    Your photo its all thats running
    Spilling from your mouth
    I suggest you bind it up and keep it
    Keep it to yourself

    You make me sick, just go away
    You're exposing all of your fangs
    Your tongue is poisoning
    You serpent, you snake
    You make me sick, sick

    Do not proclaim your mouth from the riches made for me
    Keep it, eat it, have your fill
    I hope you choke
    Watch your sacred life fall out your head
    Don't want you dead, need you alive, to feel every moment
    When I crush it

    You disgust me!

    You make me sick, just go away
    You're exposing all of your fangs
    Your tongue is poisoning
    You serpent, you snake
    You make me sick, sick

    I'm nauseous, you're wretched, with false power you've gone mad
    Unhinged and disgusting
    I'm nauseous, you're wretched, with false power you've gone mad
    Unhinged and disgusting, you're gruesome and you're grim
    All you do is make me feel exactly what you are
    All you do is make me feel exactly what you are, you make me sick

    You serpent, you lying snake
    You make me sick Writer/s: AARON PAULEY, ALAN ASHBY, AUSTIN CARLILE, PHIL MANANSALA, VALENTINO ARTEAGA
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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