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|Album||Never Had to Leave|
|Creator||Jun (LRC Software)|
[al:Never Had to Leave]
[00:10.97]Half of the decade, trying to cope
[00:20.88]More that I endure, sparser the hope
[00:30.73]So, pry up the tiles, and gut out the floors
[00:40.32]Find the foundations not safe anymore
[00:49.80]And after the Lord speaks, baby, take me where the crowd don't run
[00:59.94]And I'll find my shadow waiting, filthy with a twisted tongue
[01:07.98]And I'll hide everything in my head
[01:12.52]And forget everyone that I've met
[01:17.61]And I'll never be open again
[01:22.70]Oh, how good it must feel to not love anything
[01:33.28]Half of the decade
[01:37.90]Caught in the rope
[01:42.79]Fashion the headache
[01:47.85]I'll be the host
[01:52.81]And after the Lord speaks, baby, take me where the crowd don't run
[02:02.22]And I'll find my shadow waiting, filthy with a twisted tongue
[02:10.56]And I'll hide everything in my head
[02:15.73]And forget everyone that I've met
[02:20.50]And I'll never be open again
[02:25.60]Oh, how good it must feel to not love anything
[02:31.48]Oh, how good it must feel to not love anything
[02:37.46]Oh, how good it must feel to not love anything
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Matt Maeson have sung the song "Twisted Tongue".
Never Had to Leave.
'Twisted Tongue' song is composed in English language.
The official duration of 'Twisted Tongue' is 02:55.37.
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