Skin

Safety net, don’t hold me now
In this hole I’ve fallen down
Secret home I made and found
A new way to breathe

Skin come off, skin come off
I’ve had enough, ooh ohh
Skin come off
And in the sickness, you have faith
And in the thickness you find me
Finally
In the city, you find pain
And the people you see there
That remind you of your role
Let me go

Skin come off, skin come off
I’ve had enough, ooh ooh
Skin come off
And in the sickness, you have faith
And in the thickness you find me
Finally, finally
You don’t have to beg,
Finally

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Love Language

started with romantic/ then got to frantic/ now things that’s normally small become gigantic/ now you sinkin’ like the titanic/ here come the panic/ bein’ with you like a habit without you i can’t stand it/ its tragic when you wonder how you lost that magic/ without understanding that you never had it…

Talib Kweli

The Nicest Thing

All I know is that you’re so nice
You’re the nicest thing I’ve seen
I wish that we could give it a go
See if we could be something

I wish I was your favorite girl
I wish you thought I was the reason
You are in the world

I wish my smile was your favorite kinda smile
I wish the way that I dressed
Was your favorite kind of style

I wish you couldn’t figure me out
But you’d always wanna know what I was about
I wish you’d hold my hand when I was upset
I wish you’d never forget
The look on my face when we first met

I wish you had a favorite beauty spot
That you loved secretly
‘Cos it was on a hidden bit
That nobody else could see

Basically, I wish that you loved me
I wish that you needed me
I wish that you knew when I said two sugars
Actually I meant three

I wish that without me your heart would break
Yeah, I wish that without me
You’d be spending the rest of your nights awake

I wish that without me you couldn’t eat
Yeah, I wish I was the last thing on your mind
Before you went to sleep

Look, all I know is that
You’re the nicest thing I’ve ever seen
And I wish we could see if we could be something
Yeah, I wish we could see if we could be something

Kate Nash