"The Wolves" as written by Rory Charles Graham, Tinashe Fazakerley, Daniel Robin Priddy, Steven Dixon and Mark Sterling Crew....
So you say you don't want to go on
You say you don't want to know me anymore
So you shut the front door
Tie me up to the cold
And you watch
As this freezing look on my face
Slowly dies

Break my arms and send me on my way
With every stick and stone that you can throw
Your eyes are the last thing I should hope to see tonight
Break my knees and leave me for the wolves
I've got blood to spare for you my dear
Your eyes are the last thing i should hope to see tonight

So you've come to collect you things
Collect your heart from me
Collect all of the seconds that have gone to waste
And you cut the phone line
We skip last good byes
And you close your eyes

Follow the fault-line
Follow the contours of the horizon
Follow the shoreline north
And stop when the rain starts

I drove for two days straight
Towards the rain
Just to get away

I drove for two days
Through seven states
Toward the rain
Just to get away

Stop when the rain starts


Lyrics submitted by Outerskyblues

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