Hum For Your Buzz

Album: Ash & Ice (2016)
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  • Will you call on me
    If I turn my back on you
    Fall into the river
    Just keep on swimmin'

    I'm lookin for answers to
    my wishes and my prayers
    You missed most of the words
    When I said 'em

    I am a believer
    Right on the brink of thinkin'
    I cannot be so easily brought to my knees
    So, baby you need to

    Row your boat a little bit faster now
    Oh, turn around and I'll be
    A stranger in the crowd

    I am believe now that ain't thinkin' straight
    And I ain't gonna wait for the sun to set
    One more mile

    I am a believer
    Right on the brink of thinkin'
    I cannot be so easily bright to my knees
    So, baby

    Go for broke or lay lay yourself down on the road
    Let help pay way as you sit there and smoke, drink and daydream

    I'm a vision you looked for so long at your door, sweetheart
    My ears are ringing, a ring-ringin' like my mind is, oh

    I am a believer, but through receiving his oath, sat on the floor
    The hum and the buzz I can't take it no more

    I am a believer, but through receiving his oath, sat on the floor
    The hum and the buzz I can't take it no more Writer/s: ALISON MOSSHART, JAMIE HINCE
    Publisher: DOMINO PUBLISHING COMPANY
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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