"Your Flesh Against Mine" as written by and Dominique Dillon De Byington....
Someone forgot that toothbrush at my house

I want to be your lover
Wipe your lipstick across my mirror

Your skin across my skin
Your hands on my hips
My neck on your lips

To the backbone, backbone, backbone, backbone
To the backbone, backbone, backbone, backbone
To the backbone, backbone, backbone, backbone
To the backbone, backbone, backbone, backbone

Where the broken glass has been lying
Next to my heart
Where the broken glass has been lying
Next to my heart, to my conscience
Where the broken glass has been
Next to my heart, to my conscience, to my faith

Your flesh against mine
You fletch your teeth, I'll fletch mine
You fletch your teeth, I'll fletch mine

(Up the staircase)
(Despair case, the staircase, despair case)
(Up the staircase)
(Despair case, the staircase, despair case)
(Up the staircase)

Take care, don't hurt yourself (despair case, the staircase, despair case)
(Up the staircase) take care, don't hurt myself (despair case, the staircase, despair case)
Up the staircase
Despair case, the staircase, despair case


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"Your Flesh Against Mine" as written by Dominique Dillon De Byington

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