"Wilt" as written by and William Boris Wiesenfeld....
I [?] Winter frost
Wanted to call them back, wilted them off
I'm craving your skin, rain that swims
An October wind is prevailing again

So, who will house my sinnerman?
It comes in floods and runs away
Rattling the dewy moss with my last footsteps and I'm not done yet
Kiss and kiss but can't beget and I'm not done yet

I [?] Winter frost
Wanted to call them back, wilted them off
But I'm brave on your skin, and glitter that swims
An October wind prevailing again

Am I concerned?
Don't ever say
You're on holiday and browsing men and lingerie
Don't ever say
Rattling the morning light with each lit end and I'm not done yet
Don't ever say
Kiss and kiss but can't beget and I'm not done yet

Let 'em all hear, let 'em all hear
Let 'em all hear, let 'em all hear, let them know
And they know, and they know
And they know, and they know
And they know, and they know
Your name, your name
Your name, your name
Your name, your

Fraught both catch and confound, I can't deny you'll stay
Don't ever say
You've fallen to the fames, you'll hobble home tonight
Don't ever say
Dawn, but in the morning, lost with my last footsteps and I'm not done yet
Don't ever say
Kiss and kiss but can't beget and I'm not done yet
Don't ever say, don't ever say, don't ever say

I'm not done yet
I'm not done yet
No, I'm not, I'm not done yet


Lyrics submitted by Mellow_Harsher

"Wilt" as written by William Boris Wiesenfeld

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