Epiphany

Album: Folklore (2020)
Charted: 57
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  • Keep your helmet
    Keep your life, son
    Just a flesh wound
    Here's your rifle

    Crawling up the beaches now
    Sir, I think he's bleedin' out
    And some things you just can't speak about

    With you, I serve
    With you, I fall down
    Down
    Watch you breathin'
    Watch you breathin' out
    Out

    Something med school
    Did not cover
    Someone's daughter
    Someone's mother

    Holds your hand through plastic now
    Doc, I think she's crashin' out
    And some things you just can't speak about

    Only twenty minutes to sleep
    But you dream of some epiphany
    Just one single glimpse of relief
    To make some sense of what you've seen

    With you, I serve
    With you, I fall down
    Down (down)
    Watch you breathin'
    Watch you breathin' out
    Out

    With you, I serve
    With you, I fall down (down)
    Down (down)
    Watch you breathin'
    Watch you breathin' out (out)
    Out

    Only twenty minutes to sleep
    But you dream of some epiphany
    Just one single glimpse of relief
    To make some sense of what you've seen Writer/s: Aaron Brooking Dessner, Taylor A. Swift
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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