"The Hears Is A Cannibal" as written by and Oliver James Mcgill Henry James Angus....
She hates you, then she loves you more
Underneath the shadows of her thoughts, shadows of her thoughts,
she rings a bell for you
I wish that she was a statue made of gold and nobody could bring her down
Goodness knows I just don't like sadness, she cries before she wakes

And so my friend, if you love her, don't turn away
Don't fight it, don't run away
We're people and we're animals
You're thunder, and the heart is a cannibal

I ask you do you love me more
than all the men that have ever come before, ever come before
And when I'm like a storm, kiss me, hurt me, heal me with your words
so nobody could ever bring me down
Goodness knows I just don't like sadness, she cries before she wakes

And so my friend, if you love her, don't turn away
Don't fight it, don't run away
We're people, and we're animals
You're thunder, and the heart is a cannibal


When love is gone, your thoughts are calm
Your words are holy, your days are long
Your blood is cold, and your face is old
And the days flow by like water
You miss the stormy weather
And she was gold..
Goodness knows I just don't like sadness, she cries before she wakes

And so my friend, if you love her, don't turn away
Don't fight it, don't run away
We're people, and we're animals
You're thunder, and the heart is a cannibal
the heart is a cannibal,
the heart is a cannibal,
the heart is a cannibal


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