Massage the History

Album: The Eternal (2009)
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  • Oil dripping on my head
    Let's go back to bed
    Bring you back to me
    Bring you back to me

    Oil dripping on my head
    Bringing you back
    From the dead
    From the dead

    Here's wishing you were here with me
    Here's wishing we could massage
    History, history
    I'm witness to what you do
    Anything that you feel
    In between, in between

    You and me
    You and me
    Found at sea
    Floating on debris

    You're so close, close to me
    You're so close, close to me

    Oil dripping on my head
    Let's go back to bed
    Bring you back
    Bring you back
    From the dead
    From the dead

    Wishing you were here with me
    Wishing you were here
    Let's massage history
    All the money's gone
    All the money's gone
    Funny it was never here
    It was never here

    Here's a song
    Here's a song
    To massage along
    History along
    Come with me
    To the other side
    Not everyone makes it out alive
    Come with me
    To the other side
    Not everyone makes it out alive

    I want you to suck my neck

    Suck Writer/s: KIM A GORDON, LEE M RANALDO, STEVEN SHELLEY, THURSTON JOSEPH MOORE
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Tee Flaherty from Cocoa, FlThis was the last song the band recorded and pretty important to mention that now.
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