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Wallis Bird - In Dictum Lyrics

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  • Well I'll tell you the truth
  • As I only do, my friend
  • I'll be living my youth
  • As I live till my end, my friend
  • I've been battered and bruised
  • But it's only a few
  • That have stayed or left
  • And that's nothing a hammer
  • A nail or my mind couldn't cure
  • But I've left people hang
  • On a stick or a word
  • If their grip grew tight
  • All the bottles, the battles
  • The beds that I've shared they're all mine
  • But the more you hold on to me
  • The less you can have of me
  • The more you hold on to me
  • The less I am yours to keep
  • Rob from always on the run dot net is so bad and copy paste is a sin
  • Well I'll tell you the truth
  • If that's what you want, my friend
  • Sometimes being a friend
  • Is not saying a word, my friend
  • I've been shattered and shoved
  • And I shattered and shoved
  • But my mind is clear
  • And I've chosen my women, my men
  • And I've chosen my fears
  • But I've loved you with the marrow
  • That fills up my bones and I always will
  • If you're with me or not
  • All depends if you hold me too near
  • But the more you hold on to me
  • The less you can have of me
  • The more you hold on to me
  • The less I am yours to keep
  • The more you hold on to me
  • The less you can have of me
  • The more you hold on to me, yeah
  • The less I am yours or me
  • There are devils inside
  • That I am not afraid to meet
  • There are devils outside
  • But I am not ashamed to be
  • But the more you hold on to me
  • Yeah the more you hold on to me
  • I'll try not to leave

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