When love turns toxic.
Portland singer-songwriter Lo Lytes, a.k.a Jameson Morris, recently released "Devil You Know," a pop song oozing with wicked energy.
"Devil You Know" is an ode to a past relationship in which the singer's own compelling charm turned out to be poisonous, reflecting on the initial intoxicating thrill of love that later becomes sour and destructive.The woman lured into the spider's web by lethal chemistry is now gone, leaving him isolated in a world of his own making, one where "loving me is suicide."
"And now the feeling that you tried to deny / It comes alive / And now the danger that my body provides / Crawls down your spine / It comes alive."
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