Wild Way

Album: Unrepentant Geraldines (2014)
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  • I hate you
    I hate you, I do
    I hate that
    You're the one who can
    Make me feel gorgeous
    With just just a flick of your finger
    It is that easy

    Yes there was a time
    You didn't always get your way
    Back there where my heart
    Was not so easy to invade
    When my battlements were strong
    Before the Pilgrims came
    Don't forget you were the one
    Who loved my wild way

    I hate you
    I hate you I do
    I hate that
    I turn into a kind
    Some kind of monster
    With just just a flick of your finger
    It is that easy

    Of course there was a time
    You didn't always get your way
    Back there where my heart
    Was not so easy to invade
    When my battlements were strong
    Before the pilgrims came
    Don't forget you were the one
    Who loved my wild way

    I hate you
    I hate you I do
    I hate that
    You're the one who can
    Make me feel gorgeous
    With just just a flick of your finger
    It is that easy
    To hate you
    To hate you Writer/s: MYRA ELLEN TORI AMOS
    Publisher: Downtown Music Publishing
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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