Albatross

Album: Smother (2011)
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  • Albatross, albatross
    How callous the ocean you cross

    I, I blame you, I blame you
    For all of those things I've been through
    Don't feel bad don't upend
    It's my neck around which you hang
    Like a chain or a tag
    I flinch and you fall through the cracks
    To the sea and all it bears
    The secrets that I should've shared
    They drown in me
    Yeah they drown in me
    Yeah they drown in me

    I, I blame you, I blame you
    For all of those things I've been through
    Don't feel bad don't upend
    It's my neck around which you hang
    Like a chain or a tag
    I flinch and you fall through the cracks
    To the sea and all it bears
    The secrets that I should've shared
    Drown in me
    Yeah they drown in me
    Yeah they drown in me

    Albatross, albatross
    Which way to turn when we're lost Publisher: DOMINO PUBLISHING COMPANY
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