How can I forgive myself
Ah, but I have
We still meet in quite places and we still laugh

Sorry, forever sorry for the damage that I've done
Please understand I was under the gun
As the wolves howl in the night
My heart still beats you... Ahh
I was under the gun, I was under the gun

Under the gun, holding it to my heart
The gun of this world just ripped us apart
I was so deep in the mire, you just couldn't dive in
Now I know why I was born with the thickest of skin

As wolves howl in the night, my heart still beats you... Ahh
I was under the gun, yes, I was under the gun

Under the gun, holding it to my mind
Ah, you left me behind
I cried so many tears
I died so many times
Now we are both left here
Both wondering why

As the wolves howl in the night
My heart still beats you... Ahh
I'm sorry for the things that I have done
I was under the gun, I was under the gun, under the gun
Under the gun!


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Under the Gun Lyrics as written by Naomi Nektare

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