Sunloathe

Album: The Whole Love (2011)
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  • I loathe
    The sun
    Sometimes I don't
    Know how to love
    Anything
    Myself

    It's hard
    To recall
    Hold on
    To it all

    I kill my memories
    With a cheap
    Disease

    To the sails
    That fail
    To the bird and the whale
    Move my misery
    It's all or nothing
    I see

    I don't want to lose this fight
    I don't want to end this fight
    Goodbye

    I loathe
    The sun
    Someday I know
    I'll learn how to love
    Anyone
    Is enough

    I don't want to lose this fight
    I don't want to end this fight
    Goodbye Writer/s: JEFF TWEEDY
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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