Frozen

Album: Heaven in this Hell (2013)
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  • You got my heart in a freeze
    A hundred minus degrees
    I'm standing here in the dark
    But you ain't looking for me
    You got my heart in a freeze

    And I knew from the start
    Felt a chill in my heart
    Nothing good come from this
    But I couldn't resist

    Now your cold, cold hands
    Got me so, so damned
    And your bitterness
    Leaves me frozen, frozen

    Like a soul vampire
    Boy you bled me dry
    Clinging to this life
    But I'm frozen, frozen

    Yeah

    I hope you find what you need
    Someone to cure your disease
    Got me so sick of your games
    Always playing with me
    I hope you find what you need

    But don't be too surprised
    When I'm haunting your mind
    I'm the hurt in your kiss
    I'm the frost on your lips

    Now your cold, cold hands
    Got me so, so damned
    And your bitterness
    Leaves me frozen, frozen

    Like a soul vampire
    Boy you bled me dry
    Clinging to this life
    But I'm frozen, frozen

    Yeah

    And I knew from the start
    Felt a chill in my heart
    Nothing good come from this
    But I couldn't resist

    No, No, No

    Now your cold, cold hands
    Got me so, so damned
    And your bitterness
    Leaves me frozen, frozen

    Like a soul vampire
    Boy you bled me dry
    Clinging to this life
    But I'm frozen, frozen

    Yeah Writer/s: KEVIN M. GRIFFIN, ORIANTHI PENNY PANAGARIS
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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