Lost in Baltimore

Six Feet Under

by Marion Raven

on Here I Am (2005), Lost in Baltimore (2019)

Six feet under, under my skin
There's a battle I know I can't win
You invade me and I surrender
Yeah, that's what I hate about you

Six feet under, under my skin
There is where your story begins
You were wanting, I was forsaken
Yeah

You came to me with words unspoken
I can't deny it, that I knew my glass would end up broken
(And that's how you got me)
I blame myself for being stupid
But I can't help it, yet I'm eating right out of your hand
And that's what I hate about you

Six feet under, touching my soul
From the moment we met, you I stole
You embraced me, and I believed you
Yeah

You came to me with words unspoken
I can't deny it, that I knew my glass would end up broken
(And that's how you got me)
I blame myself for being stupid
But I can't help it, yet I'm eating right out of your hand
That's what I hate about you

Hey, hey.
It's not that hard, just walk away
There's gotta be a different meaning

You came to me with words unspoken
I can't deny it, that I knew my glass would end up broken
(And that's how you got me)
I blame myself for being stupid
But I can't help it, yet I'm eating right out of your hand
(And that's how you got me)
Now's the time for my confession
Cause I can't take it, that you always be and always will be
Under my skin

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