The Fear

Album: Heartworms (2017)
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  • Do you feel fear?
    I feel it?
    Of all the stupid things
    A man could feel
    While his freedom rings
    Oh oh
    Will make him, make him squanders the deal

    Come back and touch my face
    Feel for fever in the night
    You look into my eyes
    But you don't really recognize me anymore

    What am I, blind?
    What took me this long?
    Can we hit rewind
    On somebody's magic bong? oh oh

    Come back and touch the face
    I feel for fever in the night
    You look into my eyes
    But I don't really recognize you anymore, not anymore

    Passed another pointless year
    I was foaming at the mouth
    I with my hands ever up
    And yours stretching out
    I know I've run out of luck
    But this fear is a terrible drug
    If I only had sense enough
    To let it give way to love

    Come back and touch my face
    Feel for fever in the night
    You look in, you look into my eyes
    But you don't really recognize me anymore

    No, no, no, not anymore
    Not anymore Writer/s: James Russell Mercer
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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