Agony

Album: Fall To Grace (2012)
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  • Use me take me home and use me
    Press your hands against my body
    You'll be my sorrow
    We both know it shows
    Push me
    Make me feel I'm weightless
    Running
    We well not escape this
    Shake this
    You'll be addicted

    This is agony
    But it's still a thrill for me
    This could end in tragedy
    Pour yourself all over
    Oh, no time to waste
    Lets fall from grace

    Save me
    Save me with your kisses
    Give me
    The angels and their whispered wishes
    I won't fall down
    My soul is bound

    This is agony
    But it's still a thrill for me
    This could end in tragedy
    Pour yourself all over
    Oh, this is agony
    But it's still a thrill for me
    This could end in tragedy
    Pour yourself all over
    Oh, no time to waste
    Lets fall from grace

    Everyone says your bad for my head
    But I'm in denial
    One look at your face
    I'm back in that place
    I'm feeling the fire
    This is agony, this is agony

    This is agony
    But it's still a thrill for me
    This could end in tragedy
    Pour yourself all over
    Oh, this is agony
    But it's still a thrill for me
    This could end in tragedy
    Pour yourself all over
    Oh, no time to waste
    Let's fall from grace Writer/s: BLAIR NICHOLAS SOMERLED MACKICHAN, PADDY BRYNE, PALOMA FAITH
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Downtown Music Publishing, Universal Music Publishing Group
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