Bad Vibrations

Album: Bad Vibrations (2016)
  • Don't forget that this is a choice
    Pick your poison, live with remorse
    Don't forget that this is a choice
    Pick your poison, live with remorse

    I could burn a hole with my eyes that cuts straight through the skin
    No more love, no more resolution
    It's getting harder bearing the darkness within
    I gotta let it out, I'm gonna let it

    I can feel your bad vibrations
    All around me, all consuming
    Corrupting all that I am

    This pain is a sickness
    Looming over me, and I can't escape it
    Casting shadows that continue to shape
    Who I am on any given day

    It's like a fog surrounds me applying pressure within
    Weighing me down, seeing in double vision
    It hits so hard I stu-stu-stutter my speech
    Ya go kinda cold inside dancing on thin ice

    I can feel your bad vibrations
    All around me, all consuming
    Corrupting all that I am

    This pain is a sickness
    Looming over me, and I can't escape it
    Casting shadows that continue to shape
    Who I am on any given day

    This pain is a sickness
    Looming over me, and I can't escape it
    Casting shadows that continue to shape
    Who I am on any given day

    (Toxic)

    (Toxic)
    This darkness, this darkness
    Leaves me empty like I am the heartless
    Toxic
    Toxic within Writer/s: JEREMY MCKINNON, KEVIN SKAFF, NEIL WESTFALL, CODY QUISTAD
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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