Paranoia

Album: Bad Vibrations (2016)
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  • Expect the worst of everyone I meet
    Count the clock 'cause I can't fucking sleep
    Shootin' pain like a heart attack
    Call my friends I might not make it back

    The doctor says I'm heading for destruction
    Something's gotta give

    I'm like a time bomb ticking in your head
    Paranoia clouding your judgment
    And no matter what you do about it, about it, about it
    I'm still in your head

    I stop and stare scared of the unknown
    Unknown numbers been blowing up my phone
    I'm hearing footsteps outside of my house
    I'm afraid someone's trying to take me out

    The doctor says I'm heading for destruction
    Can I fucking live?

    I'm like a time bomb ticking in your head
    Paranoia clouding your judgment
    And no matter what you do about it, about it, about it
    I'm like a time bomb ticking in your head
    Paranoia clouding your judgment
    And no matter what you do about it, about it, about it
    I'm still in your head

    (I'm still in your head)
    (I'm still in your head)
    I am your breaking point

    You can't run, you can't hide
    I'll be there when you close your eyes at night
    I'm always watching you

    The doctor says I'm heading for destruction
    My time is wearing thin

    I'm like a time bomb ticking in your head
    Paranoia clouding your judgment (judgement)
    And no matter what you do about it, about it, about it
    I'm like a time bomb ticking in your head
    Paranoia clouding your judgment (judgement)
    And no matter what you do about it, about it, about it
    I'm still in your head, ohw Writer/s: JEREMY WADE MCKINNON, ALEXANDER THOMAS SHELNUTT, JOSHUA STEVEN WOODARD, THOMAS H., JR DENNEY
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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