I See You

Album: Punisher (2020)
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  • Laying down on the lawn
    I'm tired of trying to get in the house
    I'm thinking out loud

    I've been playing dead
    My whole life
    And I get this feeling
    Whenever I feel good
    It'll be the last time

    But I feel something
    When I see you now
    I feel something
    When I see you

    If you're a work of art
    I'm standing too close
    I can see the brush strokes

    I hate your mom
    I hate it when she opens her mouth
    It's amazing to me
    How much you can say
    When you don't know what you're talking about

    But I feel something
    When I see you now
    I feel something
    When I see you

    I used to light you up
    Now I can even get you
    To play the drums
    'Cause I don't know what I want
    Until I fuck it up

    But I feel something
    When I see you now
    I feel something

    I'll climb through the window again
    But right now it feels good not to stand
    Then I'll leave it wide open
    Let the dystopian morning light pour in Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Furrresh"It's amazing to me how much you can say
    When you don't know what you're talking about"

    These lines aren't about Marshall, but Marshall's mom. It's pretty clear: "I hate your mom, I hate it when she opens her mouth, it's amazing to me how much you can say, when you don't know what you're talking about"
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