"Ditch Lilly" as written by and Scott Andrew Brackett Matthew Taylor Armstrong....
Ditch lilly sittin' by the road
Dead still and your head hung low

Oh, shall I take you home?
Pick you up put you in my lapel ?
If I carry you I have to leave a piece of myself

I followed you down to the old cove
Caught you drinking up the moonlight
From the dark, oh Lilly

When I picked you from the bunch
You weren't the prettiest I ever seen
But next to the road
You're a goddess, you're a queen

You were made incomplete
You were made for me
You were made incomplete
You were made for me

I twisted and shaped to you, to my needs, oh Lilly
You're a grass blade tossin' in the wind
Barely clinging to the ground
You're a circus barrelin' through some forgotten town

You have a violence
That chills me to the bone
A fire inside of you that no one's seen
And no one knows

You were made incomplete
You were made for me
You were made incomplete (you look so pretty)
You were made for me (bendin' in the breeze)

You are made for me.


Lyrics submitted by monroeet, edited by Mellow_Harsher, Vexxx7

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