Broad-Shouldered Beasts (Mumford & Sons)

Broad-shouldered beasts fill the sky Manhattan beats at the night But you are wrapped up in white Curled up in fright So I took you to the city for the night To dance under dizzy silver lights But for a moment, you were wild With abandon like a child, just a moment But wasn't it you who said I was not free And wasn't it you who said I needed peace And now it's you who's floored by fear of it all But it's alright Take it out on me But it's alright Take it out on me These apartment walls are paper thin And no one is trying to listen in What to hear our doubts Hear our whispered shouts, they don't care But wasn't it you who said I was not free And wasn't it you who said I needed peace And now it's you who's floored by fear of it all But it's alright Take it out on me But it's alright Take it out on me But when you feel the world wrapping round your neck Feel my hand round yours And when you feel the world wrapping round your neck Don't succumb