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What is this pulling, tugging at me
Limbs so heavy, dragging me down again
Into the depths of cold blue water
But don't believe me, I swear this isn't me
I just want to feel the sunlight warm and soothing on my naked skin
So I'm hoping this cold blue water scrubs me clean
Oh my one, swear I'm trying
What good would it do lying
Oh my one, swear I'm trying
What good would it do lying
Saw something I the shadows
Tricked me into the shallows
Saw something in the shadows
Tricked me into the shallows
What is this pulling
Tugging at my limbs so heavy dragging me down again
So I'm hoping, this cold blue water
Scrubs me clean and spits me out again
Because I just want to feel the sunlight warm and soothing
Oh my one, swear I'm trying
Waht good would it do lying
Oh my one, swear I'm trying
What good would it do lying
Saw something in the shadows
Tricked me into the shallows
Saw something in the shadows
Tricked me into the shallows



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