Can't Deny Me

Album: Single release only (2018)
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  • And now you want me to breathe
    And be so grateful
    Ah, for the air that I need (haha)
    Don't make me pitiful

    And in the morning light
    We're just the same you and me
    Out on the go, send officials
    Our propensity to breed

    The higher, the farther, the faster you fly
    You may be rich, but you can't deny me
    Got nothing, got nothing but the will to survive
    You can't control and you can't deny me

    Your lies are sick
    They're sick and they're vile
    You can't deny me

    Try and talk down to me
    My mind it ain't so simple
    Where's your vocabulary
    Your ignorance is sinful

    You plant your lying seeds
    Watch as the roots take hold
    The country you are now poisoning
    Condition critical

    The higher, the farther, the faster you fly
    I know it's true, and you can't deny me
    Got nothing, got nothing, you got nothing to hide
    Little bullshit whore, and you can't deny me

    The higher, the farther, the faster you fly
    It's all so sick and you can't deny me

    You can't deny me
    You can't deny me
    You don't defy me
    You can't deny me

    The higher, the farther, the faster you fly
    You know you're sick, and you can't deny me
    Got nothing, just nothing, got something to hide
    We see right through you and you can't deny me

    Darkness, darkness, darkness and light
    You can't deny me Writer/s: Eddie Vedder, Jeff Ament, Matt Cameron, Michael McCready, Stone Gossard
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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