What Do You Need?

Album: Gutterflower (2002)
  • What do you need from me tonight
    I feel you look right through me now
    I can't pretend it's all right
    Maybe we'll find a way somehow

    Why do we need to turn it on
    Why does it always feel so wrong

    What do you need from me tonight
    The truth is so complicated now
    You feel so free to say
    You're wrong, you're wrong
    You're wrong, you're wrong

    Fear makes you fragile darling
    Hate is so heavy when you're weak
    Now we're both lost in anger
    When we're alone we'll find some peace

    Why do we need to turn it on
    Why does it always seem so wrong

    What do you need from me tonight
    The truth is so complicated now
    You feel so free to say
    You're wrong, you're wrong
    You're wrong, you're wrong
    You're wrong, you're wrong
    You're wrong, you're wrong

    Why do we need to turn it on
    Why does it always seem so wrong

    What do you need from me tonight
    The truth is so complicated now
    You feel so free to say
    You're wrong, you're wrong
    You're wrong, you're wrong
    What do you need from me tonight
    The truth is so complicated now
    You feel so free to say
    You're wrong, you're wrong
    You're wrong, you're wrong
    You're wrong, you're wrong
    You're wrong, you're wrong
    You're wrong
    You're wrong
    You're wrong
    You're wrong
    You're wrong
    You're wrong

    What do you need from me tonight
    The truth is so complicated now
    You feel so free to say
    You're wrong, you're wrong
    You're wrong, you're wrong
    What do you need from me tonight
    The truth is so complicated now
    You feel so free to say
    You're wrong, you're wrong
    You're wrong, you're wrong
    You're wrong, you're wrong
    You're wrong, you're wrong
    You're wrong
    You're wrong
    You're wrong
    You're wrong
    You're wrong
    You're wrong

    Why do we need to turn it on
    Why does it always seem so wrong

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