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      Wild Flowers

      Frank Carter & the Rattlesnakes

      Album: Modern Ruin

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      Frank Carter & the Rattlesnakes - Wild Flowers Música y Letra

      She is so beautiful
      With flowers in her hair
      Her perfume smells like summer air
      And her lips are the sweetest like honey and milk
      And her skin white like cocaine but soft as silk
      And her hair is as black as a reservoir
      
      At midnight and still and it takes me so far
      So far that I don't believe that there is an end
      But if there is I will climb and dive in again
      
      We picked daisies and I made a chain
      Asleep in the grass, both feeling insane
      And if this isn't love don't show me the truth
      I said if this isn't love
      I'm gonna need some
      
      Tiny wild flowers all tied in your hair
      Like stars in the sky just floating there
      A constelation gorgeous and new
      You called it The Lovers
      I believed it was true
      
      And all of a sudden you rose from our nest
      No longer felt love
      I felt sorrow instead
      As you walked you combed out your hair
      And all the flowers fell like birds through the air
      
      We picked daisies and I made a chain
      Asleep in the grass, both feeling insane
      And if this isn't love don't show me the truth
      I said if this isn't love
      I'm gonna need some
      
      Like stars in the sky
      Falling to earth
      The Lovers are dead
      The Lovers are cursed
      
      We picked daisies and I made a chain
      Asleep in the grass, both feeling insane
      And if this isn't love don't show me the truth
      I said if this isn't love
      I'm gonna need some

      Frank Carter & the Rattlesnakes - Wild Flowers Música y Letra

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