Behind Closed Doors

  • Behind closed doors, there's never any light
    Behind closed doors, there's never any light

    Mix a little bit of love and violence
    Mix a little bit of truth and lies
    I see you, I feel you
    Push and pulling me for my alliance
    But nothing's ever gonna make things right
    I feel you, I see you

    The doors close so no one outside hears
    But I know the sound of your worst fear
    It's cutting through me, it's suffocating me
    Behind closed doors, there's a lifetime to forget

    Mix a little bit of our denial
    Mix a little bit of black and white
    I feel you, I need you
    Growing up I learned from your defiance
    But nothing's ever gonna make things right
    I need you, I feel you

    The doors close so no one outside hears
    But I know the sound of your worst fear
    It's cutting through me, it's suffocating me
    Behind closed doors, there's a lifetime to forget

    Behind closed doors, there's never any light
    Behind closed doors, there's never any light

    Mix a little bit of love and violence
    Mix a little bit of truth and lies
    I see you, I feel you
    Push and pulling me for my alliance
    But nothing's ever gonna make things right
    I feel you, I see you

    The doors close so no one outside hears
    But I know the sound of your worst fear
    It's cutting through me, it's suffocating me
    Behind closed doors, there's a lifetime to forget Writer/s: DAVE BASSETT
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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