My Body

Album: Young the Giant (2011)
Charted: 65
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  • Stop!
    The train is riding
    Down to the station where you lived
    When we were school kids

    Hey!
    The rails are caught now
    And I am falling down
    Fools in a spiral
    Round this town of steam

    My body tells me no!
    But I won't quit
    'Cuz I want more, 'cuz I want more
    My body tells me no!
    But I won't quit
    'Cuz I want more, 'cuz I want more

    Stop
    The train is riding
    Down to the station where I lived
    When I was a cool kid

    Hey!
    Is it my fault that
    The fallen embers burn
    Down in a spiral
    Round your crown of thieves

    My body tells me no!
    But I won't quit
    'Cuz I want more, 'cuz I want more
    My body tells me no!
    But I won't quit
    'Cuz I want more, 'cuz I want more

    And it rides out of town

    Oh,

    It's my road

    It's my road

    It's my road

    It's my road

    It's my road

    It's my road

    And it's my war, it's my war,
    It's my war, it's my war
    His eyes are open
    His eyes are open

    Hey, hey, hey

    My body tells me no!
    But I won't quit
    'Cuz I want more, 'cuz I want more
    My body tells me no!
    But I won't quit
    'Cuz I want more, 'cuz I want more

    It rides out of town Writer/s: ERIC MATTHEW CANNATA, FRANCOIS PAUL COMTOIS, JACOB JOHN TILLEY, PAYAM REZA DOOSTZADEH, SAMEER GADHIA
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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