"Blame" as written by and Mark Blair Crew Daniel Campbell Smith....
You go sleep with the fishes
There’s no room for you here
There’s no room for you here
Wrap your teeth around the pavement
'Cause your body’s a message
Send my regards to hell

Fall upon your knees saying
"This is my body and soul here"
Fall and begging, pleading
"You’ve got the power and control"
Don’t pin it all on me
Don’t pin it all on me

You’ve been granted three wishes
Say goodbye to your mother, your father, your son
I can hear your pulse racing from here
Sitting next to this gun beats your heart in your mouth

Fall upon your knees saying
"This is my body and soul here"
Fall and begging, pleading
"You’ve got the power and control"
Don’t pin it all on me
Don’t pin it all on me

Don't blame, blame, blame (I got you, I got you)
Oh blame, blame, blame (I got you, I got you)
Oh blame, blame, blame (I got you, I got you)
Oh blame, blame, blame (I got you, I got you)

Fall upon your knees saying
"This is my body and soul here"
Fall and begging, pleading
"You’ve got the power and control here"
This is my body, this is my soul
Fall upon your knees saying
"This is my body and soul"

Don’t pin it all on me
Don’t pin it all on me


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"Blame" as written by Mark Blair Crew Daniel Campbell Smith

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    Song FactIn interview, Dan Smith Said

    "“Blame” is like a super simple snapshot of two gang members, one of whom is pissing the other one off, and it’s in that moment before pulling the trigger, It’s the snapshot of that, and we wanted to use imagery from The Godfather and from American History X to just create this brooding, mean snapshot into these two people’s really extreme emotions in this little fictional narrative. So yeah, it totally leans on the familiar within those situations to try and take you as a listener to that place immediately. I think as well just the feel of the song, it’s got that mean, dramatic lean to it".
    TishTashon November 04, 2016   Link

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