Anyone Else

Album: All We Know Of Heaven, All We Need Of Hell (2017)
  • Oh my blood
    Once was my own
    But in one touch
    You made it yours
    What have you done?
    What have you done?
    Yeah I know I went and left you all alone
    Please don't think that I let you go
    I'll never let go

    'Cause I could touch a hundred thousand souls
    But none of them would ever feel like home
    And no matter how far and wide I roam
    You're the only one I'll ever know

    I don't belong to anyone else
    I don't belong to anyone else
    I don't belong to anyone else
    I don't belong to anyone else
    (Ooh ooh ooh)

    Oh my blood
    Once was my own
    But in one touch
    You made it yours
    What have you done?
    What have you done?
    Oh, my poor bones
    Rearrange them to fit your mold
    Hang me up on your bedroom wall
    No I can't breathe at all

    I don't belong to anyone else
    I don't belong to anyone else
    I know you only want me to yourself
    But I don't belong to anyone else
    (Ooh ooh ooh I don't belong to anyone else)

    'Cause I could touch a hundred thousand souls
    But none of them would ever feel like home
    And no matter how far and wide I roam
    You're the only one I'll ever know

    Oh, my blood
    What have you done
    What have you done (ooh ooh)

    (Ooh ooh)
    I don't belong to anyone else
    I don't belong to anyone else
    I don't belong to anyone else
    I don't belong to anyone else
    I don't belong to anyone else
    I don't belong to anyone else
    I don't belong to anyone else
    I don't belong to anyone else
    I don't belong to anyone else
    (Ooh ooh ooh oh oh oh) Writer/s: Blake Harnage, Lynn Gunn
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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