The Devil

Album: The Pines & The Devil (2006)
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  • If his patience had its way
    With that lie I caught him
    Would they send him back to Texas
    Weathered face and crooked grin
    Where they sing, oooh, oooh, oooh, Oh!

    Drives up to the next eaten up to the roots
    Drinking up the village
    Drinking a little more
    Oooh, oooh, oooh, Oh!

    Found you in the bed with a hammer by your side
    Sleeping up the day
    Well, it's pounding on your head
    Where they sing, Oooh, oooh, oooh, Oh!

    There's movement in the air
    Just above the neck
    Bodies overturned
    And its been like this for days
    Well, they sing, Oooh, oooh, oooh, Oh!

    Bring him back, motherf--ker
    Bring him back, motherf--ker
    Bring him back, motherf--ker
    To the door, motherf--ker
    (Oh lord, where'd you go)

    If the devil had his way, would that lie come in?
    Would they send you back
    Send you back
    Send you back?

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