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Album: Bangarang (2011)
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  • A silent heart ticking under the ground.
    Taking the weight from which has yet to be found.
    If you can hear me now why don't you recall.
    I was the one who loved you after all.

    A silent heart ticking under the ground.
    Taking the weight from which has yet to be found.
    If you can hear me now why don't you recall.
    I was the who loved you after all.

    A silent heart ticking under the ground.
    Taking the weight of which has yet to be found.
    If you can hear me now why don't you recall.
    I was the one who cared after all.

    A silent heart ticking under the ground.
    Taking the weight from which has yet to be found.
    If you can hear me now why don't you recall.
    I was the who loved you after all. Writer/s: Sonny Moore
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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