Drowning By Numbers

Album: Come Home (2000)
  • Open up your heart, let me slip inside.
    Such determination always tries to turn the tide.
    Open up your arms, let me dive into the big, big blue.

    Try losing this chromosome,It's my choosing down to the bone
    Open up your heart, let me slip inside.
    Such imagination always helps the feeling slide.
    Open up your soul, folding back into, the big, big blue.

    Try losing this chromosome,It's my choosing down to the bone.
    Blood(dive in)
    Blood(drowning)
    Blood(dive in)
    Blood(drowning)
    Blood(dive in)
    Blood(drowning)
    Blood(dive in)
    Blood

    Open up your heart let me slip inside.
    Auto Flagellation allways helps the ghost to hide.
    Open up your arms let me dive into the, big, big blue.

    Try losing this chromosome, It's my choosing down to the bone.
    Blood(dive in)
    Blood(drowning)
    Blood(dive in)
    Blood(drowning)
    Blood(dive in)
    Blood(drowning)
    Blood(dive in)
    Blood(drowning)
    Blood(dive in)
    Blood(drowning)
    Blood(dive in)
    Blood(drowning)
    Blood(drowning)
    Blood(drowning)
    Blood(drowning)Writer/s: MOLKO, OLSDAL, SCHULTZBERG
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
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