"A Case For Shame (with Cold Specks)" as written by Thomas Stuart Green, Ladan Hussein, Jim Anderson and Richard Melville Hall....
Cut off your nose
To spite your face
Slowly send your palms away

Draw fire crawl out
And seek the shade
Slowly send your palms away

A fine line will set you apart
Swallow my name, swallow it down
Sing me a song

Shoot the breeze
Shake my hand
Across the fire, I caught your stare

Sing me a song
You today
You today
You today
You today
A beacon will send you home
A beacon will send you home

A fine line will set you apart
Swallow my name, swallow it down
Sing me a song.
Shoot the breeze
Shake my hand
Across the fire, I caught your stare
Sing me a song

You today
You today
You today
You today

A fine line will set you apart
Swallow my name, swallow it down
Sing me a song.
Shoot the breeze
Shake my hand
Across the fire, I caught your stare
Sing me a song

You today
You today
You today
You today

Cut off your nose
To spite your face
Slowly send your palms away
I heard you say
I will not shame
You today
You today
You today
You today
You today
You today
You today


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"A Case for Shame" as written by Ladan Hussein Jim Anderson

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    General CommentThis song is amazing. Give it more attention. And the video is amazingly surreal.
    deadmoby5on April 04, 2014   Link

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