Eat the Elephant

Album: Eat the Elephant (2018)
  • Looming, omnipresent
    This task ahead, this task at hand
    Ominous and daunting
    Crippling undertaking, I'm frozen

    Where to begin eludes me
    Without you to remind me

    Just take the step
    Just take the swing
    Just take the buy
    Just go all in

    Where to begin eludes me
    Ruling ever deeper
    This mass of endeavour
    Ominous and daunting
    Crippling undertaking

    Just take the step
    Just take the swing
    Just take the buy
    Just go all in

    Take the step
    Take the swing
    Take the buy
    Just take the buy

    Take the step
    Take the swing
    Take the buy
    Just go all in

    Where to begin eludes me
    Without you to remind me
    Just begin Writer/s: Maynard James Keenan, William L Howerdel
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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