Reconsider Everything
by 311

  • How many times will they do the same thing?
    How do they get programmed to your polluting?
    Everyone's locked up in, in their suffering
    The only way you can tell is Reconsider Everything.

    What if the truth is that there is no truth?
    The only thing I can prove is there is no proof.
    Don't be so sure that the source is correct
    People believe it before, before they check

    How many times can they tell you?
    Do you just give them their way?
    How many times can they say that

    Anytime you will ignore your
    Heart it will come back twice more
    Never deny your own instinct,
    Reconsider Everything

    Everybody has something to control
    Something you want to grasp so it won't go
    Either way you can fear it or feel low
    If you get down with that go real slow

    We could have not for it's so insane
    Just not a truth (?)
    To go again for it's so insane
    Still controlled by the cords at the other ending

    We could have argued them
    We consider everything
    You consider everything
    Reconsider everything
    Reconsider everything
    Reconsider everything
    Reconsider everything Writer/s: DOUGLAS MARTINEZ, NICHOLAS HEXUM
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind


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