Pilate

  • Talk of circles and punching out
    Looking in drawing circles down
    Falling up the south marking ground
    Talking out of turn drawing circles down

    Like Pilate I have a dog
    {Obeys listens kisses loves}

    Walks me out of town
    Still one's a crowd
    Making angels in the dirt
    Looking up looking all around

    Like Pilate I have a dog
    {Obeys listens kisses loves}

    Stunned by my own reflection
    It's looking back, sees me too clearly
    And I swore I'd never go there again
    Not unlike a friend that politely drags you down, you down, you down

    Like Pilate, I have a dog
    {Obeys, listens, kisses, loves}Writer/s: JEFF AMENT
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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