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Lucy Schwartz – Somebody To Save lyrics

If you wanted somebody to save
Well that's not me, it won't be me
You're always waiting for the sky to cave
So you can be the man, who put it together again

Well you pray for the storm
When it starts raining
Yeah, you pray for the storm
That you been chasing
Why do you pray for the storm

If you wanted somebody to play the part
I don't have the heart to start with you
You're always twisting words until they break apart
I don't wanna break, that's why I cannot stay with you

Well you pray for the storm
When it starts raining
Yeah, you pray for the storm
That you been chasing
Why do you pray for the storm

Why do you pray for rain
To cover your world in gray
You are the only one that you need to save

You wanted to be a savior
Now you're some kind of criminal saint
You are the only one that you need to save

Well you pray for the storm
When it starts raining
Yeah, you pray for the storm
That you been chasing

Pray for the storm
Pray for the storm



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