We sin to stand tall, yet we feel so small
31, 32… I’m doing this all for you

Drop my shirt on the floor
The mirror smiles back at me encouragingly
But demanding that I should be wanting more
The chest and the arms, oh can you feel me now?

Now you ought to love me more
Now I ought to be loved

Breathing is heavy, palms so sweaty
My grip is rough, my lips too dry
Seeking for pride to swallow (to swallow, to swallow)

We sin to stand tall, yet we feel so small
33, 34

I know there’s no pleasure without a little pain
Still building my confidence on this terrain
No drop of my sweat is wasted in vain
The earth spins around and I’ll do it again

We sin to stand tall, yet we feel so small
31, 32… I’m doing this all for you
We sin to stand tall, yet we feel so small
33, 34

Throw your shirt on the floor
You smile back at me encouragingly
But demanding that I should be wanting more
The breasts and the legs oh I want you to feel me now

Breathing is heavy, palms so sweaty
My grip is rough, your lips too dry
Seeking for pride to swallow

You know, there’s no pleasure without a little pain
Still building your confidence on this terrain
No drop of our sweat is wasted in vain
The earth spins around and we’ll do it again

When I play with you it don’t matter how many times I score
I always lose

Now you ought to love me more
Oh I ought to be loved

When I play with you it don’t matter how many times I score
I always lose

Is that all you're gonna give me?


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