Bed of Nails

  • I would lie anywhere with you
    Any old bed of nails would do
    Ink up the wound for an cruel tattoo
    A big old red heart with an anchor stuck through

    Like a sister Ophelia
    Tell me you're there
    Like a lifeline Ophelia
    Tell me you're there

    Oh oh, Ophelia, I feel ya full
    Oh oh, Ophelia, I feel ya full

    I, I, I, I, I
    Any old bed of nails for me
    Just say your there when I fall asleep
    I'd lay all night in a lanky-limbed heap

    Surround me like a warm bath
    Sum me up like an epitaph
    Be blatant as a bailiff
    I want my lips to blister when we kiss.

    Oh oh, Ophelia, I feel ya full.
    Oh oh, Ophelia, I feel ya full.

    I love Frankenstein in nature and
    Design like the Shelly's on their very first time
    When our bodies become electrified
    Together we bring this creature to life

    Its alive
    Its alive
    Its alive

    I would lie anywhere with you
    Any old bed of nails would do
    Ink up the wound for an cruel tattoo
    A big old red heart with an anchor stuck through

    I would lie anywhere with you
    Any old bed of nails for me
    Just say your there when I fall asleep
    I'd lay all night in a lanky-limbed heap Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
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