Centipede

from by Sweaty Palms

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Light breaks in
I’d never know
The morning wind
Knocking at my door
Snow is falling
By my side
No use driving
But I’ll take your ride

I can feel it coming down on me
I can feel it coming down
No more feeling like a centipede
A hundred feet beneath the ground

Sixth street shaking
Eight to go
My heart is broken
Tonight we take it slow
You look lovely, yes you do
My oh my
Can I take you with me
Before I leave your mind

I can feel it coming down on me
I can feel it coming down
No more feeling like a centipede
A hundred feet beneath the ground

You make me wanna
Be a better man
Though I barely know ya
You helped me understand
There’s no use sulking
Feel the time expire
Cause a life worth living
Has suffering required

I can feel it coming down on me
I can feel it coming down
No more feeling like a centipede
A hundred feet beneath the ground

credits

from Which Way, released February 6, 2017
Eric Inostroza - Vocals, Guitar
Hugh Lapham - Bass, Voice
Nick Wroe - Drums

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