Kill Me, Heal Me

Album: Alien Youth (2001)
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  • Break my bones and reset me piece by piece.
    You break me, pick up the cross cause it's killing time.
    Hey, hey, hey, how can I scream when the pain is such a release?
    I get the courage to pick up the nails cause it's killing time.

    [Chorus]
    Kill me, heal me.
    Kill me, heal me on and on.
    Kill me, heal me.
    Kill me, heal me on and on.

    Breathing your love, you're ferocious, you're in my lungs.
    Resuscitate, craving your electricity.
    Hey, hey, hey, feet to my pain, you give wings to my fear.
    Your peace inhabits my blood. Your love is thick.

    [Chorus]
    I can't live without it. I can't live without it.
    I can't live without it. I can't live without it.

    [Chorus: x2] Writer/s: JOHN LANDRUM COOPER, KORENE M COOPER
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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