Slave

Album: Mosquito (2013)
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  • It eats your soul, like tears you fall, my slave
    You steal, you heed the call, my slave
    The keys, the keys are gone, my slave
    You keep me beating on

    It eats your soul, like tears you fall, my slave
    You steal, you heed the call, my slave
    You keep me, you keep me, your slave
    You keep me, you keep me, your slave

    On my own
    You keep me, you keep me
    On the throne
    Heads down all day
    On my own
    You keep me, you keep me
    On the throne
    Heads down all day

    You keep me, you keep me, your slave
    You keep me, you keep me, your slave

    Come feed on your love
    Come feed on your love
    Come feed on your love
    Come feed on your love Writer/s: BRIAN CHASE, KAREN LEE ORZOLEK, NICHOLAS JOSEPH ZINNER
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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