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Artista:

Alkaline Trio

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Album:Desconocido
Cancion:

BLEEDER

 
Fecha Agregada:16/05/2010
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Letra:You came to me like a dream.
the kind that always leaves
just as the best part starts.
it
ends so abruptly
and leaves you stunned and naked
in your bedroom all alone.
it's kinda
funny how something so soothing
gets interrupted by the ring of a telephone.
And you broke me
like the cigarrette
that i busted on the day i quit.
but now that i've been drinkin'
i'm
out of smokes and i wish that i had it.
woke up to my daily headache
and the realization that
you are gone.
oh my sweet darling happiness
you've been away from me all along.
One thing
that i never said
i'm truely happy in my heart and in my head.
a lonely liver suspended in
liquid.
You came to me like a dream
the kind that always leaves.
just as the best part
starts
it ends so abruptly.
and leaves you stunned and naked
in your bedroom all
alone.
kind of funny how something so soothing
gets interrupted by the ring of a
telephone.
One thing that i never said
i'm truely happy in my heart and in my head
a lonely
liver suspended in liquid.
it's one thing that i never did was swallow.
missing a
case
lacking a lid
my heart bleeds for what you never did.
never did.
It's one thing
that i never said
i'm truely happy in my heart and in my head
a lonely liver suspended in
liquid
it's one thing that i never did was swallow.
missing a case
lacking a lid
my
heart bleeds for what you never did.
my heart bleeds for what you never did until now....
 
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1.   ANGEL ALCOHOL
2.   IM DYING TOMORROW
3.   TAKE LOTS WITH ALCOHOL
4.   KEEP EM COMING
5.   EATING ME ALIVE (EN ESPAŅOL)
6.   TUCK ME IN
7.   TRUCKS AND TRAINS
8.   LIVE YOUNG, DIE FAST
9.   SADIE
10.   MESSAGE FROM KATHLENE