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Eagulls – Nerve Endings lyrics

There's no reason, no sense, no meaning
Behind my awkward smile
I’m nervous and
I’m nervous and I'm tired

With cold shivers, embarrassed, of feelings
My mind stops and I sigh
These nerve endings
These nerve endings
Won't die

I can't find my end/no end, no end

Still no reason, no sense, no meaning
And I'll just roll my eyes
I’m still nervous
I’m still nervous, I'm tired
This cold shiver embarrassment feelings made
My mind feel like ice
Still nerve endings
Still nerve endings won't die

I can't find my end/no end, no end

I could never work out the weird feeling
Numbing my mind just like ice
Whilst still rolling
Whilst still rolling my eyes
The skin peeling embarrassing feelings
Grown worse each day each night
Why nerve endings?
Why nerve endings won’t die?

I can't find my end/no end, no end

There's no reason, no senses till seeing
My mind pour through my eyes!
My nerve endings
My nerve endings won’t die!
I’ve been marching on a broken hip
And my minds finish line
My nerve endings
My nerve endings won’t die

Can't find my end
Can't find my end
Can't find me end
Can't find my



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