Les Chants de Maldoror

Album: Innocence Reaches (2016)
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  • Should I watch some Fassbinder to grow
    More connected to you?
    You know I never believed in us we're just too degraded to be true
    Degraded
    Look at you
    Degraded
    What can I do?

    Oh, we only act nicely when we're
    Ruining hotel beds and I
    Greeted you in a hundred doorways
    Maldoror chanting in your head cause you're so degraded
    Look at you
    Degraded
    What can I do?

    Yeah!

    Did something shocking happen
    When you were just a kid?
    I wonder if you'll ever see yourself
    Probably wouldn't matter if you did cause you're so degraded
    Look at you
    Degraded
    What can I do?

    Our love was a purity until
    Mundanity struck, I
    Guess that last time in Capitol Hill
    Will be our farewell fuck
    'Cause you're so degraded
    Look at you
    Degraded
    What can I do?

    Uh-huh!

    Cookie Writer/s: KEVIN BARNES
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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