Tiny Demons

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  • One of them plays a piccolo in my ear
    Another one makes me smell things that aren't there
    And they know where to hide
    And they know everything that's inside

    Of my head
    Tiny demons, inside me
    One of them ties a lasso around my heart
    Another makes me nod when I drive the car

    And they won't ever leave
    But they won't show their faces to me
    And they wait 'til I feel
    Like they're gone and they jump out and steal

    My relief
    Tiny demons, inside me
    Listen, listen
    Listen for the sound

    That is not in the music
    Only you can hear it,
    Only you can use it
    It's the sound of someone breathing,

    It's the breath of life
    It's the sound that you are weaving
    With the thread of life
    Listen, listen

    Listen to the sound,
    Let nothing disturb you
    You are in a place
    Where nothing can hurt you

    If you feel a strange sensation,
    It can do no harm
    Like the spiral of creation,
    It will soon move on Writer/s: TODD RUNDGREN
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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