These Days

  • My hand to God, I didn't mean to
    After all, look what we've been through
    Men come in different shades
    That's how we're made

    The little house on Ellis Drive
    Is where I felt most alive
    The oak tree covered that old Ford
    I miss it Lord
    I miss it Lord

    These blood red eyes
    Don't see so good
    But what's worse is if they could?
    Would I change my ways?
    Wasted times and broken dreams
    Violent colors so obscene
    It's all I see these days
    These days

    Watch what you say, the devil is listenin'
    He's got ears that you wouldn't believe
    And brother once you go to him
    It's your soul you can never, never, never retrieve

    These blood red eyes
    Don't see so good
    But what's worse is if they could?
    Would I change my ways?
    Wasted times and broken dreams
    Violent colors so obscene
    It's all I see these days
    These days Writer/s: DANIEL AUERBACH, PATRICK CARNEY
    Publisher: Wixen Music Publishing
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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