The Offer Lyrics

"The Offer" was written by Gilbert Bruce Clifford; Grey Robert Selwyn; Lewis Graham; Newman Colin John.
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I got to be for an offer of virtue
Once in and taken apart
This is the shape of interference
Please do not adjust your heart

Now touching the edges of something
Wanting to find truer response
Could I ever erase the influence?
Brushing in against what's understood

Dredging, shifting, basing, phrasing
Once in and taken to heart
I fought your red color
I scratch your head again

Now touching the edges of something
Wanting to find truer response
Could I ever erase the influence?
Brushing in against what's already understood

Staring, trying, embracing, gazing
I shot your silver dollar
Fill the space within your hearts
You wear my golden collar

Now touching the edges of something
Wanting to find truer response
Could I ever erase the influence?
Brushing in against what's already understood

Songwriters
Gilbert Bruce Clifford; Grey Robert Selwyn; Lewis Graham; Newman Colin John

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