Blow Me

Album: Heartwork (2019)
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  • It felt so heavy in my hands
    Looking scary through your window
    It wasn't really what I planned
    I didn't think it'd be so simple

    Blow me away
    Blow me away
    Away, away

    What if you found a gun?
    Would you use it like I did?
    Put a bullet in my head
    I don't think you could
    No, it isn't in your blood
    The little boy inside my head
    What if you found a gun?

    Look what I did, I made a mess
    Blood on my hands is sentimental
    Could be that I was just depressed
    It's never ever going to end, no

    Blow me away
    Blow me away
    Away, away

    What if you found a gun?
    Would you use it like I did?
    Put a bullet in my head
    I don't think you could
    No, it isn't in your blood
    The little boy inside my head
    What if you found a gun?

    Imagine if you found it
    Imagine if you found it, right?
    Wonder what that would sound like
    I want to hear that blow my mind
    Into my hands, oh
    Oh, I want to hear that blow my mind

    What if you found a gun?
    Would you use it like I did?
    Put a bullet in my head
    I don't think you could
    No, it isn't in your blood
    The little boy inside my head
    What if you found a gun?

    See, I am the reason for all the things that you do
    See, I am the reason that there is a killer in you
    See, I am the reason that you do what you do
    Fuck all of the reasons that there is a killer in you

    Fuck the, the killer in you
    Fuck the, the killer in you Writer/s: Ben McCracken, Daniel Whitesides, Jeph Howard, Justin Shekoski, Robert C McCracken
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., REACH MUSIC PUBLISHING, THE BEST MUSIC COMPANY
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