Siphon

  • You write a note, we write a eulogy
    You drain it out, we clean it up for free
    Anything you need, we're at the door
    Just call our name and we're at the floor
    Waiting for the call

    'Cause we'd rather clean the blood of a living man
    We'd rather lean over, hold your warm, warm hand
    We'd love to clean the blood of a living man
    We'd hate to see you give into those cold, dark nights inside your head

    Was it a lie or did I see the light in your eyes across the table?
    Or did you play the part of the listening?
    We just want to save you
    Pull you from those dark nights
    We just want to show you there's more to life

    'Cause we'd rather clean the blood of a living man
    We'd rather lean over, hold your warm, warm hand
    We'd love to clean the blood of a living man
    We'd hate to see you give into those cold, dark nights inside your head

    Won't let you bleed out, can't let you bleed out
    Won't let you bleed out, can't let you bleed out
    Won't let you bleed out, can't let you bleed out
    Won't let you bleed out, can't let you bleed out
    Won't let you bleed out, can't let you bleed out
    Won't let you bleed out, can't let you bleed out

    'Cause we'd rather clean the blood of a living man
    We'd rather lean over, hold your warm, warm hand
    We'd love to clean the blood of a living man
    We'd hate to see you give into those cold, dark nights inside your head
    Inside your head, inside your head

    Won't let you bleed out, can't let you bleed out
    Won't let you bleed out, can't let you bleed out
    Won't let you bleed out, can't let you bleed out
    Won't let you bleed out, can't let you bleed out
    Won't let you bleed out, can't let you bleed out
    Won't let you bleed out, can't let you bleed out
    Won't let you bleed out, can't let you bleed out Writer/s: Nika Roza Danilova
    Publisher: TERRORBIRD PUBLISHING LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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