Trash

Album: Excommunication (2016)
  • I think I lost myself in your new religion
    You say a prayer for me like a superstition
    We were always made for love
    We could always speak in tongues
    On my knees and I'm seeing visions
    Yeah, you remind me that seven sins are deadly
    You used to baptize me when I wasn't ready
    Water never turns to wine
    I've been drinking all the time
    I think of you whenever I see fire in the sky

    Your friends think I'm a freak
    What was in my drink?
    I can't even think, but we got history
    In all of this, I lost myself
    Maybe I'll see you in hell
    Okay, whatever
    One man's trash is another man's treasure

    I said my flesh is weak but the spirit's willing
    And you would sell my soul just to make the killing
    If you wanted me to stay
    I'd repent my days away
    I think of you when I see fire in the sky

    Your friends think I'm a freak
    What was in my drink?
    I can't even think, but we got history
    In all of this, I lost myself
    Maybe I'll see you in hell
    Okay, whatever
    One man's trash is another man's treasure

    You keep throwing me out like
    You keep throwing me out like
    You keep throwing me out like
    One man's trash is another man's treasure
    One man's trash is another man's treasure

    Your friends think I'm a freak
    What was in my drink?
    I can't even think, but we got history
    In all of this, I lost myself
    Maybe I'll see you in hell
    Okay, whatever
    One man's trash is another man's treasure
    One man's trash is another man's treasure Writer/s: TIMOTHY PAGNOTTA, TYLER GLENN
    Publisher: Downtown Music Publishing, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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