"Haunt//Bed" as written by Ross Stewart Macdonald, Adam Brian Thomas Hann, George Bedford Daniel and Matthew Timothy Healy....
I'm sorry that your dad's dead
I hope you amend it
I think I've lost a lot of my friends
Through belief that I'm an instrument
And fuck me if you must then
Treat me like an old friend
I can't exist within my own head
So I insist on haunting your bed
If you could only hear what I said
You'd see I'm not scared

I'm not, no
I'm not scared x6

Spin car 'round
Push your head down, down down
Smash into the ground with you
There's been a piece of glass found
And a terrible sound, sound
What if they're saying is true?

Oh I prefer it in your bed, television set.

I'm not scared x3


Lyrics submitted by ecatherine

"Haunt/Bed" as written by Adam Brian Thomas Hann Ross Stewart Macdonald

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    My InterpretationI think this is about two hurt lovers. The girl in the relationship, is very hurt because her father has passed away and her life has now become somewhat of a downward spiral. The boy in the relationship, is hurting to because the one he loves is hurting, and he'd let her do anything she wanted to him and treat him however she wanted because he just ultimately just wants to be with her. He doesn't care if she just wants casual sex, or treat him like an old friend, he just wants to be a part of her life
    GoddessofLoveon February 18, 2015   Link

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