The cut
That kills the knife
'Til it breaks
Spitting shells
Their eyes were locked
And their hearts were open
And in love, we couldn't breathe
In love, we couldn't say the word
(Call)
In love, we couldn't breathe
In love, we couldn't breathe the word 

He crawls along the battlefields
The sky spitting shells
That heart is on the ground
It spits in his face
The cut
That kills the knife
Forcing it
'Til it breaks
Forces our heart
Can't replace
Forces a heartbreak 

She loves him
She loves him
She needs her soul
Soul soldier
Soul soldier

She loves him (he's all she needs)
She loves him (he's all she needs)
She needs her soul
Soul soldier
(Soul soldier) 
Soul soldier

An apple run to heaven, Dan-you
Dan-you, God damn you 

An apple run to heaven, Dan-you
Dan-you, God damn you 

She loves him (he's all she needs)
She loves him (he's all she needs)
She needs her soul
Soul soldier
(Soul soldier) 

An apple run to heaven, Dan-you
(She loves him)
Dan-you, God damn you 


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