No Face

Album: Silence Yourself (2013)
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  • Different shapes, on your face
    Which one is your true self
    Fake sex, fake smile
    Waiting for the day you cry

    'Cause you have no face, you have no face
    You, have, no face
    You have no face, you have no face
    You, have, no, face

    Repeat every word I say
    Miming another boring day
    I have better things to do
    Now you're here I must get rid of you

    'Cause you have no face, you have no face
    You have, no face
    You have no face, you have no face
    You, have, no face

    You have no face, you have no face
    You have, no face
    You have no face, you have no face
    You, have, no face

    You argue everything
    Like a bird, who's never learn to sing
    Oh darling, are you free when you doubt
    Oh darling, don't worry about
    Breaking my heart

    Don't worry about
    Breaking my heart
    Don't worry about
    Breaking my heart

    Don't worry about breaking my heart
    Far bigger things will fall apart
    Don't worry about breaking my heart
    Oh darling, are you free when you doubt

    Don't worry about
    Breaking my heart
    Don't worry about
    Breaking my heart

    'Cause you have no face, you have no face
    You, have, no face
    You have no face, you have no face
    You, have, no face Writer/s: Ayse Yolander Hassan, Camille Berthomier, Fay Geraldine Milton, Gemma Louise Thompson
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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