"Bodies" as written by and William Patrick Corgan....
Cast the pearls aside of a simple life of need
Come into my life forever
The crumbled cities stand as known
Of the sights you have been shown
Of the hurt you call your own
You know, you know
Love is suicide, love is suicide
Love is suicide, love is suicide

The empty bodies stand at rest
Casualties of their own flesh
Afflicted by their dispossession
But nobody's ever knew
Nobody's
Nobody's felt like you
Nobody's
Love is suicide, love is suicide
Love is suicide, love is, ah

Now we drive the night, to the ironies of peace
You can't help deny forever
The tragedies reside in you
The secret sights hide in you
The lonely nights divide you in two, in two, in two
All my blisters now revealed
In the darkness of my dreams
In the spaces in between us
But nobody's ever knew
Nobody's
Nobody's felt like you
Nobody's
Nobody's ever knew
Nobody's
Nobody's felt like you
Nobody's

Love is suicide, love is suicide
Love is suicide, love is suicide


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"Bodies" as written by William Patrick Corgan

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