Satan's Sibling

(15/03/1990 / In the Bahamas. (I wish))

Quite (Lyrics)


I'll be the bumble bee behind you baby.
I'll tear up everything inside you, well yeah.
And it stings, and it stings
Sun shines through your openings.
I'll tear up everything inside you.

Hold up, don't say what I think you're gonna say.
Take your time cause I can wait.
It's all on you and I'm not sane.

And if you see my girl could you bring her to me?
She don't like a life with a rock n' roll singer, well yeah.
But we'll spend the rest of our lives in happiness.
I'll wrap this ring around her finger.

Hold up, don't say what I think you're gonna say.
Take your time cause I can wait.
It's all on you and I'm not sane.
You won't see what you mean to me
And you don't feel that you're everything.
For now I'll live with you
Quiet, quiet.

You don't see what you mean to me.
You don't feel like you're everything.
You can take all the time you need.
I hold my breath but I have to breathe.

Hold up, don't say
Hold up, don't say
Hold up, don't say what I think you're gonna say.
Take your time cause I can wait.
It's all on you and I'm not sane.
You won't see what you mean to me
And you don't feel that you're everything.
For now I live with you
Quiet.
Quiet.

Submitted: Thursday, May 10, 2007
Edited: Thursday, February 24, 2011

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