Saint is a Sinner Too

Album: Slash (2010)
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  • Hold my hands down
    So they don't, they don't
    Reach for you
    In case you don't know
    A saint is a sinner too

    Blind my eyes
    So I can't see
    What's coming for you
    Is coming for me

    I hear the choir sing
    Calling me on back to you
    And I, I forget now
    Just what I'm supposed to do
    When
    A saint is a sinner too

    I hear the choir sing
    Calling me on back to you
    And I, I forget now
    Just what I'm supposed to do
    When a saint is a sinner too

    When a saint is a sinner too

    Hold, hold my hands down
    Hold my hands down
    So I don't reach
    So I don't reach
    So I don't reach for you

    Oh
    Oh
    A saint is a sinner too Writer/s: Rocco De Luca, Saul Hudson
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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