I don't bother anyone Nervous when I stand Choking on the circumstance Only smoking second hand (mhm) Cut us open an' spread us out (mhm) Dry us in the sand (mhm) Lay the fibers side by side (mhm) And you'll begin to understand (mhm)
I know it's over I was born a choker Nobody's coming for me, coming for me
Mhm (I know it's over), mhm, mhm
I don't bother anyone Never make demands Choking on the circumstance Self-sabotage is a sweet romance (mhm) Seems like all I'm worth is what (mhm) I'm able to withstand (mhm) Sooner I can realize (mhm) that Pain is just a middleman
I know it's over I was born a choker Nobody's coming for me
I see no volunteers To co-sign on my fears I'll sign on the line
Alone, I'm gonna change my circumstance I know I need to move right now 'cause
I know it's over I was born a choker Nobody's coming for me (only smoking second hand) I know it's over I was born a choker Nobody's coming for me, coming for me
Like a little splinter buried in your skin Someone else can carve it out, but when you've got the pin It hurts a little less and you can even push it further in When your body's screaming out, trust your mind's listening Like a silhouette that you can barely see As a shadow cast upon the ground, where you'll eventually Lay forever, but the day goes on, the sun moves behind you You get taller, bolder, stronger and the rearview only blinds you
Mhm, mhm, mhm
Writer/s: Tyler Joseph
Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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George Harrison's 1971 song "Bangla Desh" was the first major charity single. It was part of a concert held to bring relief to the people of Bangladesh, who were fighting for independence and suffering from a famine.