Too Much Blood

Album: Handwritten (2012)
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  • Are you scared this sounds familiar?
    What if everybody knew the very trials and temptations
    That we put ourselves through?
    Now I am no angel but I got nothing to hide
    Can you say the same thing for yourself tonight?

    What can I keep for myself if I tell you my hell?
    What would be left to take to my grave?
    And what's left for you, my lover to save?
    What's left for only you to take?
    If I put too much blood on the page
    If I put too much blood on the page
    And if I just tell the truth are there only lies left for you
    If I put too much love on the page?

    Now as my eternal witness to the pride and the shame
    Are you worried I say too much?
    Are you scared they'll take me away?
    Now I am no devil but I've got things on my mind
    And they're gonna come out and they're gonna come up time to time

    What can I keep for myself if I tell you my hell?
    What would be left to take to my grave?
    And what's left for you, my lover to save?
    What's left for only you to take?
    If I put too much blood on the page
    If I put too much blood on the page
    And if I just tell the truth are there only lies left for you
    If I put too much blood on the page?

    What can I keep for myself if I tell you my hell?
    What would be left to take to my grave?
    And what's left for you, my lover to save?
    What's left for only you to take?
    If I put too much blood on the page
    If I put too much blood on the page
    And if I just tell the truth are there only lies left for you
    If I put too much blood on the page?

    If I put too much blood on the page
    If I put too much blood on the page again Writer/s: BRIAN FALLON
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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