Hearteater

Album: Bad Vibes Forever (2019)
  • Hearteater, why'd you eat my heart alive?
    Still breathing, why you looking so surprised?
    Hearteater, try but you will not suffice

    Hearteater, why'd you eat my heart alive?
    Still breathing, why you looking so surprised?
    Hearteater, try but you will not suffice

    Ooh, you're poison
    Poison, filled with poison
    Fill my veins with poison
    Poison, filled with poison

    Hearteater, why'd you eat my heart alive?
    Still breathing, why you looking so surprised?
    Hearteater, try but you will not suffice

    Hearteater, why'd you eat my heart alive?
    Still breathing, why you looking so surprised?
    Hearteater, try but you will not sufficeWriter/s: Jahseh Onfroy, Johnathan Cunningham, Robert Soukiasyan
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
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