"The Antidote " as written by and Anne Erin Clark....
I am the antidote
I’ll suck your venom out
Show me where it really hurts
I’ll show you where it really hurts

Should’ve stopped for the wind
Should’ve stopped for love
Should’ve stopped for the wind
Should’ve stopped for love

Honey, your clothes are soaked
Mom leaves my daddy’s trapes
Show me where it really hurts
I’ll show you where it really hurts

Should’ve stopped for the wind
Should’ve stopped for love
Should’ve stopped for the wind
Should’ve stopped for love

Should’ve stopped for the wind
Should’ve stopped for love
Should’ve stopped for the wind
Should’ve stopped for love

Should’ve stopped for the wind
Should’ve stopped for love
Should’ve stopped for the wind
Should’ve stopped for love

Should’ve stopped for the wind
Should’ve stopped for love
Should’ve stopped for the wind
Should’ve stopped for love


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"The Antidote" as written by Anne Erin Clark

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    My InterpretationI am the antidote ill suck your venom out : an antidote is like a medicine or a solution to a problem

    So me where it really hurts ill show you where it really hurts : st. Vincent being a badass warning I'm guessing a guy she has a sense of control and sounds very powerful

    Should've stopped from the wind should've stopped from the heart: he should have never messed with her and broken her heart
    → Gina Nickerson ←on August 08, 2013   Link

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