Life – Friends Without Names Lyrics

Friends Without Names Lyrics By Life 

An empty pocket full of lust
A horse-head lighter full of dust
Against my lips as I spit
“I really miss ya”, “I really miss ya”

Catch my breath, let it go
Flip my ego, let it grow
Bite my lip as I spit
“I really miss ya”, “I really miss ya”

“I really miss ya”, “I really miss ya”
“I really miss ya”, “I really miss ya”
“I really miss ya”, “I really miss ya”
“I really miss ya”, “I really miss ya”

Friends without names, friends without names
Friends without names, they’re all the same to me
Friends without names, friends without names
Friends without names, they’re all the same to me
Friends without names, friends without names
Friends without names, they’re all the same to me

Hope goes up, hope falls down
Burn like fire this mute town
Bite my lip as I spit
“I really miss ya”, “I really miss ya”

See my face, my fake embrace
That dull taste of this place
I bite my lip as I spit
“I really miss ya”, “I really miss ya”

“I really miss ya”, “I really miss ya”
“I really miss ya”, “I really miss ya”
“I really miss ya”, “I really miss ya”
“I really miss ya”, “I really miss ya”

Friends without names, friends without names
Friends without names, they’re all the same to me
Friends without names, friends without names
Friends without names, they’re all the same to me
Friends without names, friends without names
Friends without names, they’re all the same to me
Friends without names, friends without names
Friends without names, they’re all the same to me

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Dot my eye, sour frown
Dry like mud, wall of sound
Dot my eye, sour frown
Dry like mud, wall of sound
Dot my eye, sour frown
Dry like mud, wall of sound
Dot my eye, sour frown
Dry like mud, wall of sound

Friends without names, friends without names
Friends without names, they’re all the same to me
Friends without names, friends without names
Friends without names, they’re all the same to me
Friends without names, friends without names
Friends without names, they’re all the same to me
Friends without names, friends without names
Friends without names, they’re all the same to me