"Lullaby" as written by Tyler Gurwicz, Ian Molla, Kevin Coffrin and Guerin Blask....
She left me on your birthday
But all I could think of was you, you
And so I fled far from that place
Thinking it's too good to be true, it was

A white chalk outline surrounds me
A death aura left over from the night I should've died
It's a shame he didn't cut me when he well had the chance
'Cause this subway home is a lonely ride

My heart is bleeding
My soul is teething, ready to break away
From this new life
A newborn ready to die

Allow the expound of my hindsight
'Cause doc's making rounds
And it's not looking too bright
Just let me sleep, know I am fine
Knowing you love me, did you?

A white chalk outline surrounds me
A death aura left over from the night I should've died
It's a shame he didn't cut me when he well had the chance
'Cause this subway home is a lonely ride

My heart is bleeding
My soul is teething, ready to break away
From this new life
A newborn ready to die

My heart is bleeding
My soul is teething, ready to break away
From this new life
A newborn ready to die

Already the sounds of your footsteps
Making their way up into my room
It's making my heart pound
I'm so glad to see you, baby doll




Lyrics submitted by KeeperEUSC

"Lullaby" as written by Ian Molla Guerin Blask

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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