Principe Real

Album: Panda Bear Meets the Grim Reaper (2015)
  • Sheep dog
    Been nipping at your heels all day
    Sheep dog

    Tsk tsk tsk

    Leapfrog
    Don't have a way to stay in line
    And so you're mine

    So close
    As gentle as a sleeping baby boy

    You can see a sheep where she lay
    You can keep a temptress at bay
    To break what's in the DNA
    You should lead them to a new place
    Cocoon a space to say so simply
    Fool these ugly thoughts what are they

    So you're mine

    Sheep dog
    Been nipping at your heels all day
    Sheep dog

    Tsk tsk tsk

    Good guy
    Don't know you when you hide away
    You stay inside

    So close
    As gentle as a sleeping baby boy

    You can see a sheep where she lay
    You can keep a temptress at bay
    To break what's in the DNA
    You should lead them to a new place
    Cocoon a space to say so simply
    Fool these ugly thoughts what are they

    So you're mine Writer/s: NOAH BENJAMIN LENNOX
    Publisher: Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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