Chemtrails
by Beck

Album: Modem Guilt (2008)
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  • I can't believe
    What we've
    Seen outside
    You and me
    Watching the jets
    Go by
    Oh, ooh, oh
    Oh, ooh, oh

    Just what I've seen
    So many people
    Falling in love
    You and me
    Watching the sea
    Full of people
    Try not to drown

    So many people
    So many people
    Where do they go?
    You and me
    Watching the sky
    In the future
    That's where
    We can go

    All I can take
    From these skies
    Is fog
    And all I can see
    In this light
    A boat sinking
    Oh, oooh
    Oh, oooh, oh

    Somebody's sea
    Swallowed by evil
    Already gone
    You and me
    Watching the sea
    Full of people

    Already drowning
    So many people
    So many people
    Where did they go?

    You and me
    Hit by a cloud
    From an eagle
    Watching the jets
    Pass go by

    You and me watching
    You and me watching
    Capture have swept me behind
    That's what I mean
    When we talk
    In this jet stream
    We're climbing
    A hole in the sky Writer/s: Beck Hansen
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Grayson from Cleveland, Ohanother great song. come to think of it, this is a great album, like all of Beck's...

    -gray
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