Heavenfaced

Album: Trouble Will Find Me (2013)
  • I could walk out, but I won't
    In my mind I am in your arms
    I wish someone would take my place
    Can't face heaven all heavenfaced
    No one's careful all the time
    If you lose me, I'm gonna die

    How completely high was I
    I was off by a thousand miles
    Hit the ceiling, then you fall
    Things are tougher than we are
    I could walk out, but I won't
    In my mind I am in your arms
    I wish someone would take my place
    Can't face heaven all heavenfaced

    Let's go wait out in the fields with the ones we love
    Let's go wait out in the fields with the ones we love
    Let's go wait out in the fields with the ones we love
    Let's go wait out in the fields with the ones we love

    She's a griever, my believer
    It's not a fever, it's a freezer
    I believe her, I'm a griever now
    She's a griever, my believer
    It's not a fever, it's a freezer
    I believe her, I'm a griever now

    Because we'll all arrive in heaven alive
    We'll all arrive
    Because we'll all arrive in heaven alive
    We'll all arriveWriter/s: Bryce David Dessner, Matthew Donald Berninger
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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