"Dangle" as written by Michael Glabicki, Liz Berlin, Jim Donovan, Jim Dispirito, Patrick Norman and John Buynak....
Are you serpent or you just danglin on me.
I watch you sufferin' (Hands down swirl, soul)
From the things you Could not receive
(Hard to say but I can't) yeah dangle on (Really lie)
Keep dangling on me (I feel I could really harm)
I love to watch you suffer,
I love to see you crawl (Crawl through this, watch you dangle)
I love to watch you dangle on above these walls.
Cause when all my days are gone, you all will see, my love go walking home

Well when I run I dangle on a string,
as you cool, you cool,
you cool my body down,
when I want to run & when I want to hide what I want,
well I dangle, I dangle on a string.

Dangle on, on a string, dangle on, all you bring,
Dangle on, on a string, Dangle on

I dangle on, As you cool, you cool, you cool my body down.
As the clay has crusted on my wings I feel I've been buried yesterday
but I'll heal by the gorgeousness of my eye,
I will heal by the gorgeousness of my eye,
Well be strong, be strong, till this second wave of my love, of my love

Well dangle on, on a string,
Dangle on, all you bring,
Dangle on, on a string, dangle on


Lyrics submitted by namdam42

"Dangle" as written by Jim Donovan Jim Dispirito

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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