Exhumed

Album: Okovi (2017)
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  • Bury the tongue between the teeth
    Open the jaw and sink in deep
    Force it open and claw the grip
    Down throat, you let it slip, slip, slip, slip, slip

    In the static you are reborn

    In the white nights, what you asked for
    Fire the cue, and I'll come for

    Give you the marks of a lost war
    Let it sink
    Don't let it hold you down
    Let it sink
    Don't let it hold you down
    Let it sink
    Don't let it hold you down
    Let it sink
    Don't let it hold you down
    Let it sink
    Don't let it hold you down

    Cut knife, deep in, spit down, swallow
    Sword up, nock in, and turn the bow
    Sever in two and fuse to gold

    Down throat, you let it go
    Let it sink
    Don't let it hold you down
    Let it sink
    Don't let it hold you down
    Let it sink
    Don't let it hold you down
    Let it sink
    Don't let it hold you down Writer/s: Nika Roza Danilova
    Publisher: TERRORBIRD PUBLISHING LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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