Gloria

Album: III (2019)
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  • Gloria, I smell it on your breath
    Gloria, booze and peppermint
    Gloria, no one said enough is enough
    Gloria, they found you on the floor
    Gloria, my hand was tied to yours
    And, Gloria, did you finally see that enough is enough?

    Did you know me when I was younger then?
    I could take the whole world with me
    I would find myself feelin' alone
    Heaven, help me now, Heaven, show the way
    Get me back on my own two feet
    I would lie awake and pray you don't lie awake for me

    Oh-oh-oh-oh
    Oh-oh-oh-oh-oh
    Oh-oh-oh-oh, oh


    Gloria, you crawled up on your cross
    Gloria, you made us sit and watch
    Gloria, no one said enough is enough

    Heaven, help me now (hey, hey), Heaven, show the way (Heaven, show)
    Get me back on my own two feet
    I would lie awake and pray you don't lie awake for me
    Every night away (every night), every day alone (every day)
    Get me back on my own two feet
    I would lie awake and pray you don't lie awake for me

    Oh-oh-oh-oh
    Oh-oh-oh-oh-oh
    Oh-oh-oh-oh, oh

    Gloria, will you just decide?
    Gloria, there's easier ways to die
    Gloria, have you had enough? Writer/s: Jeremiah Fraites, Wesley Schultz
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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