The Gospel of John Hurt

Album: This Is All Yours (2014)
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  • No space
    L-shaped
    Tetris
    Tile seeking
    Somewhere
    Oh somewhere
    To fit in
    Alien

    (Come on) Oh, coming out of the woodwork
    Chest bursts like John Hurt
    Coming out of the woods

    Ak
    Twenty
    4-7
    Civilian

    Oh, coming out of the woodwork
    Chest bursts like John Hurt
    Coming out of the woods

    Coming out of the woodwork
    Chest bursts like John Hurt
    Coming out of the woods

    Jeremiah
    Looking down
    And you know where you're looking on down
    Do you know where you go
    You're headed on the strings
    For the E-X-T-I-N-C-T
    Jeremiah
    Looking down but you know where you're looking
    But you go
    Do you know where you go
    You're headed on the strings
    For the E-X-T-I-N-C-T

    Oh, coming out of the woodwork
    Chest bursts like John Hurt
    Coming out of the woods

    And oh, coming out of the woodwork
    Chest bursts like John Hurt
    Coming out of the woods

    And oh, coming out of the woodwork
    Chest bursts like John Hurt
    Coming out of the woods

    And oh, coming out of the woodwork
    Chest bursts like John Hurt
    Coming out of the woods

    Oh, coming out of the woodwork
    Chest bursts like John Hurt
    Coming out of the woods

    Oh, coming out of the woodwork
    Chest bursts like John Hurt
    Coming out of the woods Writer/s: AUGUSTUS UNGER HAMILTON, JOE NEWMAN, THOMAS GREEN
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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