Ares

  • War, war, war, war
    I want to declare a war
    My fist breaks your porcelain nose
    There are other things that hands can do
    To create or to destroy, mini gods and goddesses
    First person singular
    Set it, set it, set it off

    War, war, war, war
    Keep the past the future is ours
    Man made natural disaster
    Blocking out all of the sun
    Supermen and mitsi turbo
    Speed agility super strength
    Wipe the blood of those knuckles
    Spark it give me two's on that

    War, war, war, war
    I want to declare a war
    True say blood that when we ride
    We don't stop for nobody
    The Africans and the Bengali's
    He knows all the rude boys
    Reebok Nike Adidas Puma
    "This shit is long"
    It's all getting (it's all getting), quite highly charged (quite highly charged)
    Get out the way (get out the way), or get fucked up (or get fucked up)

    We dance to the sound of sirens
    We dance to the sound of sirens
    We dance to the sound of sirens
    We dance to the sound of sirens

    And to think, that these hands
    Could work wonders, with their touch
    Listening, to dead singers, in your room
    In '98

    We dance to the sound of sirens
    We dance to the sound of sirens
    We dance to the sound of sirens
    We dance to the sound
    We dance to the sound
    We dance to the sound
    We dance to the soundWriter/s: GORDON MOAKES, KELE OKEREKE, MATT TONG, RUSSELL LISSACK
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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