Bones

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  • Down under the night sky
    I lay and wait
    Praying to whoever
    Will listen to me
    I founded my own cross
    Been clutched by its weight
    There's no darker message
    Than turning your face

    I'll see you down the end of the road
    I deal in a different story
    Oh, I will never let go again
    I feel it in my bones (bones)
    Bones (bones)
    I feel it in my bones (bones)
    Bones (bones)
    I'll do this on my own
    Oh oh oh oh bones bones oh

    When thin spirit swelling
    My poor flesh is always weak
    I found everything I needed
    Right beneath my skin, oh

    I'll see you down the end of the road
    I deal in a different story
    Oh, I will never let go again
    I feel it in my bones (bones)
    Bones (bones)
    I feel it in my bones (bones)
    Bones (bones)
    I'll do this on my own

    We're all architects of our own private hell
    No one can hurt us like we hurt ourselves

    I'll see you down the end of the road
    I deal in a different story
    Oh, I will never let go again
    I feel it in my bones (bones)
    Bones (bones)
    I feel it in my bones (bones)
    Bones (bones)
    I know I'm not alone
    Oh oh oh oh bones bones oh Writer/s: BENJAMIN LLOYD JOLLIFFE, FRASER MACLEOD TAYLOR, GUSTAV TOMAS WOOD, JOHN STUART TAYLOR, SIMON MITCHELL
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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  • AnonymousWas the song bones by young guns about religion or being agnostic I'm a little confused?
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