"Skeletons" as written by and Sean Michael/eli Mcconnell....
'Cross my arm is that old ink stain
God, I wish I could erase that name
Reminds me that I'm the one to blame

I used to think that rules were made for breaking
Now I question every road I've taken
And I regret every heart I've forsaken
Here's my confession

The mistakes I've made
Are coming back to haunt me
Like a ghost from a grave
Always there to taunt me

You say it's okay, you say you still want me
But you don't know where I've been
I'm no stranger to my sins
I've got skeletons, I've got skeletons

You tell me how a man can be forgiven
To start clean on the life he's living
How do you run from a demon?

I've tried every single thing I know
It just won't let me go
I'm tired of walking down the same damn road
Towing this load

The mistakes I've made
Are coming back to haunt me
Like a ghost from a grave
Always there to taunt me

You say it's okay, you say you still want me
But you don't know where I've been
I'm no stranger to my sins
I've got skeletons, I've got skeletons

The mistakes I've made
Are coming back to haunt me
Like a ghost from a grave
Always there to taunt me

You say it's okay, you say you still want me
But you don't know where I've been
I'm no stranger to my sins

You say you don't know where I've been
I'm no stranger to my sins
I've got skeletons, I've got skeletons
I've got skeletons, yeah, I've got skeletons


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"Skeletons" as written by Mike Eli James Young

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