The Pains of Being Pure at Heart The Body Lyrics

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Come on now stop staring at the ceiling
Your last daydream is slowly unreeling
Won't you come out tonight, like I know you want to
'Cause the city's alive and even though it haunts you, I want you

To tell me again what the body's for
'Cause I can't feel it anymore
I want to hurt like it did before
We shouldn't sin

Tell me again what the body's for
'Cause I can't feel it anymore
I lost mine and I need yours,
It's only skin, we could swim

You try so hard to keep it together,
And you look so hard in fishnets and leather
But I know who you are, you are just a lost saint
And if we go too far, there'll be heaven to pay
And what a price

I can't feel it anymore, tell me again what the body's for
I can't feel it anymore, tell me again it's only skin, we should swim

Written by: Alexander Arthur Naidus, Kip Berman, Kurt Feldman, Peggy Wang
Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

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