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Three Wishes – The Pierces Lyrics

Three Wishes by The Pierces Lyrics album: Thirteen Tales of Love and Revenge

Three Wishes

We’d be so less fragile
If we’re made from metal
And our hearts from iron
And our minds from steel
And if we built an army
Full of tender bodies
Could we love each other
Would we stop to feel

And you want three wishes:
One to fly the heavens
One to swim like fishes
And then one you’re saving for a rainy day
If your lover ever takes her love away

You say you want to know her like a lover
And undo her damage, she’ll be new again
Soon you’ll find that if you try to save her
It will lose her anger
You will never win

And you want three wishes:
You want never bitter
And all delicious
And then one you’re saving for a rainy day
If your lover ever takes her love away

You want three wishes:
One to fly the heavens
One to swim like fishes
You want never bitter
And all delicious
And a clean conscience
And all it’s blisses
You want one true lover with a thousand kisses
You want soft and gentle and never vicious
And then one you’re saving for a rainy day
If your lover ever takes her love away

All songs on: The Piercers Three Wishes Lyrics album Thirteen Tales of Love and Revenge

  1. Secret (3:49)
  2. Boring (3:28)
  3. Sticks and Stones (3:12)
  4. Lights On (3:49)
  5. Lies (3:29)
  6. Turn on Billie (3:48)
  7. Ruin (3:33)
  8. Three Wishes (3:41)
  9. Power of… (3:54)
  10. Kill! Kill! Kill! (3:04)
  11. It Was You (3:43)
  12. Boy in a Rock and Roll Band (3:38)
  13. Go to Heaven

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