MEWITHOUTYOU Tie Me Up! Untie Me!

Lyrics from peterinrwanda Sites MEWITHOUTYOU Tie Me Up! Untie Me! Lyrics, singer by MEWITHOUTYOU

I was looking at the leaves, climbing to the tops of the trees…
But you were nowhere to be found
Just beneath all the green you were buried like a little seed…
Among the roots and underground.
I was licking at the leaves, but I was in short sleeves and you,
You were like some sickness that I caught
And my sweetheart moved away, swept off like garbage in the alleyway…
And I need more grace than I thought.

(Oh, please, brother, I am far… brother, I am far away… brother, I am far away from everything.
Oh, brother, I am far… brother, I am far away… brother! I am far away from everything good!)

She’s like a hot cloth on a fevered head,
And like a needle she leads me (while I follow like thread)
Tie me up! Untie me! All this wishing I was dead is getting old…
IT’S GETTING OLD!!
… it goes on, but it’s old.

I was swimming through the waves for what must have been days…
But could find no relief
When I started sinking down I thought for certain I would drown…
Until I saw you in the ocean,
Underneath all the bright colored fish tell of a treasure in a dull shell…
Such subtlety, so easily missed!
You, my hidden pearl of pure and perfect love,
And I’m the living example of 100% the opposite of this.

(If I ask the same questions… well, yes, sir, I ask the same questions…
Well, maybe I repeat myself from time to time.
But if I ask the same questions… and then I know I ask the same questions,
It’s because everyone who answers me is a liar!!)

She’s like the hot cloth on a fevered head,
And like a needle she leads me (while I follow like thread)
But you untied me… didn’t You untie me, Lord?
And now I haven’t even thought about killing myself in almost five months.

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