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Don Diablo - Kill Me Better

[Intro]
Wooh

[Verse 1]
I don't really wanna die
That's just how I feel, that's just how I feel sometimes
I don't wanna tell a lie
I just wanna feel, I just wanna feel alright
I don't really wanna fight
And just disappear float away for one night
Now I'm falling like a landslide
Thought we’re on the same side, but it's not right without you
[Pre-Chorus]
Gotta kill another demon left in my head
He's been scheming on the walls and under my bed
It's these suicidal thoughts that I'm fed
Welcome to my American wasteland

[Chorus]
I fell in love with the warzone
This is not my home, this is just a place where I've been
Doing pretty well on my own but inside of my own head
This is what I've said

[Post-Chorus]
Kill me better, you said you never
But you keep adding pressure to the wound (To the wound)
Light as a feather, I hate this weather
But I'm guessing that the cold will have to do

[Verse 2]
I take a minute to relax in my mind
I've been feeling pretty bad there all night
In the darkroom staring at the phone lights
Sweet dreams, farewell and goodnight

[Pre-Chorus]
Gotta kill another demon left in my head
He's been scheming on the walls and under my bed
It's these suicidal thoughts that I'm fed
Welcome to my American wasteland
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I fell in love with the war songs
This is not my home, this is just a place where I've been
Doing pretty well on my own but inside of my own head
This is what I've said

[Post-Chorus]
Kill me better, you said you never
But you keep adding pressure to the wound (To the wound)
Light as a feather, I hate this weather
But I'm guessing that the cold will have to do

[Outro]
Kill me better, you said you never
But you keep adding pressure to the wound
Light as a feather, I hate this weather
But I'm guessing that the cold will have to do

‘Kill Me Better’ sees Don go down the pop route, and it works out incredibly. Thanks to vocal skills from Trevor Daniel who sings his way through the beautifully written lyrics with ease, and the stylings of Imanbek, this one turns out to be a radio-friendly success and is a pleasant surprise to hear. Opting to switch out hard-hitting future house drops for something even more universal, this is destined for radio success and will no doubt find its way climbing up the charts in search of that number one spot.

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