"Psylla" as written by and David Bayley....
I wanna make it right
I wanna make you cry

I follow soon, I follow soon
I follow soon, I follow
I follow soon, I follow soon
I follow soon, I follow

Stop swaying when the moon is shaking thou
Makes mama throw her hands and flip around
Back lashing with a bullet full of love
Makes papa wanna crawl up his old truck

Stop swaying when the moon is shaking thou
Makes mama throw her hands and flip around
Back lashing with a bullet full of love
Makes papa wanna crawl up his old truck

Stop swaying when the moon is shaking thou
Makes mama throw her hands and flip around
Back lashing with a bullet full of love
Makes papa wanna crawl up his old truck

Stop swaying when the moon is shaking thou
Makes mama throw her hands and flip around
Back lashing with a bullet full of love
Makes papa wanna crawl up his old truck

Stop swaying when the moon is shaking thou
Makes mama throw her hands and flip around
Back lashing with a bullet full of love
Makes papa wanna crawl up his old truck

I follow soon, I follow soon
I follow soon, I follow
I follow soon, I follow soon
I follow soon, I follow

I follow soon, I follow soon
I follow soon, I follow



Lyrics submitted by Lizardbethh

Psylla song meanings
Add your thoughts

1 Comment

sort form View by:
  • 0
    General CommentThis song is about sweet revenge... the first lines making it right, making them cry. stop swaying means that even though this person still feels some love that they are standing their ground and letting the darkness consume the connection. It’s gone to far, no coming back. Other sites list the lyrics as I follow suit... which it sounds like to me, meaning you started this, I’m on board it’s on. But I follow soon could talk to the pendulum swinging between the light ( forgiveness ) and the darkness ( contempt) and even though he is not fully there, he knows he will be. Great song, intense dark energy
    ellathepoeton March 25, 2018   Link

Add your thoughts

Log in now to tell us what you think this song means.

Don’t have an account? Create an account with SongMeanings to post comments, submit lyrics, and more. It’s super easy, we promise!

Back to top
explain