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Coheed And Cambria – Strong Short lyrics

A terrible silence shook a crowd, so giving the blame to me in all
Said I'm giving my best bluff, I'm giving my best bluff
Wishing that I could be armor-plated

Well now I'm a snake in the grass girl
You'd better watch out, I might strike
And I'm hard on, running as fast as I can
And here we go to save the world
My hide out is broken
And I could choose to run faster...
But I'm a bastard

I see myself at the bottom of a barrel
She looked, looked in there and couldn't see me
So long, look at the tiny squiggle-like worm that sits
In the disgusting whiz that fills up the bottle

Well now I'm a snake in the grass girl
You'd better watch out, I might strike
And I'm hard on, running as fast as I can
And here we go to save the world

And I'm a bastard
I'm a bastard no
And I'm hard on, running as fast as I can
And here we go to save the world
My hide out is broken
And I could choose to run faster...
But I'm a bastard



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