"Dwelling" as written by and Judd Cochrane Kristy Thirsk....
That body's not so beautiful I know
it's not the highest temple for a God
I understand refuse to freeze and I'm so cold,
I'm so cold oh I'm so

Seem to be dwelling
Seem to be dwelling
I sustain in a frame
I seem to be dwelling

I was a statue in velvet skin you stole
Somebody's arms have wrapped me in a wing
You'll understand if I could freeze
I wouldn't care, I wouldn't care, I wouldn't care

I seem to be dwelling
Seem to be dwelling
I sustain in a frame
I seem to be dwelling

Did you know your body's just a cavern for your soul
Souls will drift, the aimlessly adrift dwell on shores
of unrest, where the ocean rage will make its nest - I feel strange

Your body's just a cavern for your soul
(where do the lost ones go)
Your body's just a cavern for your soul
(free me from this mortal cage I go)
Your body's just a cavern for your soul
(Do you feel disengaged like you're dwelling there?)


Lyrics submitted by SirThoreth

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