Perfume

Album: Disfigured (2015)
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  • [Verse]
    The scent of skin and bone
    Puts end to all our woes
    Bring empires to their halt
    Steals the breath from lungs

    [Chorus]
    Fragrance of love
    Can tear a man apart
    Long way from home
    The traces of her perfume is all I got

    [Verse]
    The first note descends
    Enough to stop a heart
    Third note becomes
    A familiar sense of home

    [Chorus]
    Fragrance of love
    Can tear a man apart
    Long way from home
    The traces of her perfume is all I got

    [Bridge]
    Time ticks like a slow tap drips down a hole
    Waiting for the bright lights
    And the curtain call
    I don't feel
    I don't feel myself
    Feel like a hopeless soul

    [Chorus]
    Fragrance of love
    Can tear a man apart
    I don't feel
    I don't feel myself
    Fragrance of love
    Can tear a man apart
    Long way from home
    The trace of her perfume is all I've got Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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