"Foundation" as written by Oliver Alexander Thornton, Michael Thomas Goldsworthy and Resul Emre Turkmen....
There's a scratch on your shoulder
Crushes me like, crushes me like lead
And I wanna get older
All the things I want I really shouldn't get

If I triumph, are you watching?
Can you separate everything for me?
You used to work me out
But you never worked it out for me

There's a scratch on your shoulder
Crushes me like, crushes me like lead
And I wanna get older
All the things I want, I really shouldn't get

If I triumph, are you watching?
Can you separate everything for me?
You used to work me out
But you never worked it out for me

And your head looks good
I wanna love it so much
I wanna be the one
I wanna do what you love

And I was lying
I don't really wanna be fine
It's all over

And there's a scratch on your shoulder
It crushes me like, it crushes me like lead
And I wanna get older
And all the things I want I really shouldn't get


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"Foundation" as written by Oliver Alexander Thornton Michael Thomas Goldsworthy

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