Puzzle Pieces

Album: Voyeur (2011)
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  • G-g-g-g-gotta say
    Honestly, when you look at me
    It's like a gun goes off, deep inside of me
    I can hardly move
    I can barely breathe, near your features

    The t-t-t-t-t-t-trouble is
    It's just so obvious
    I still see all the lines, of surgery remnants
    Where you cut away
    Left your flaws behind, in the ether

    F-f-face of puzzle pieces
    That don't fit together
    Puzzle pieces
    That don't fit together

    It's never right
    But you just can't move on
    You can't decide
    Take away or put on
    Your design
    But you won't stop working
    A masterpiece
    In the flesh, it's your puzzle
    It's your puzzle
    It's yours

    D-d-d-doctor's hands
    Carry out the plans
    To take you all apart and put you back again
    Your face is canvas
    And your own body serves, as your easel

    It's just, it's just, it's just so hard to quit
    When you're hooked on it
    You're just a junkie craving one more plastic fix
    Keep you up to date
    With all the latest trends, of the seasons

    F-f-face of puzzle pieces
    That don't fit together
    Puzzle Pieces
    That don't fit together

    It's ever right
    But you just can't move on
    You can't decide
    Take away or put on
    Your design
    But you won't stop working
    A masterpiece
    In the flesh, it's your puzzle
    It's your puzzle
    It's yours Writer/s: A/J Jackson, Aaron Sharp, Dak L Lerdamornpong, Greg Erwin
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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  • RaptorgamingytI feel like this song is about the democratic media and how it corrupts everything it touches. The whole second verse tells me that.
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