Everything Else Has Gone Wrong

Album: Everything Else Has Gone Wrong (2020)
  • Aching for a word and the words are not coming
    I can paint it with a speech bubble
    Sing a motif, rub it into my teeth
    Glisten white, eyes shut
    And my tongue starred wrong
    But I'm listening right

    Well, come on and get something
    Onto to my rung
    Where the chords and the notes are the only thing sung
    Come on and get something
    Onto to my rung
    Keep the stereo on

    Everything else has gone wrong
    Everything else has gone wrong
    Everything else has gone wrong
    Everything else has gone wrong

    Aching for a word, I can feel my mind running
    I can chase it till I'm seeing blood
    Dark, red coat on the side of my throat
    When you heard each sound
    Did you swallow it down
    Tasting every word?

    Then come on and get something
    Onto to my rung
    Where the cords and the notes are the only thing sung
    Come on and get something
    Onto to my rung
    Keep the stereo on

    Everything else has gone wrong
    Everything else has gone wrong
    Everything else has gone wrong
    Everything else has gone wrong

    Everything else has gone wrong
    Everything else has gone wrong
    Everything else has gone wrong
    Everything else has gone wrong
    Everything else has gone wrong

    I guess I found my peace again
    And yes, I found my second wind
    I guess I found my peace again
    And yes, I found my second wind

    I guess I found my peace again
    And yes, I found my second wind
    I guess I found my peace again
    And yes, I found my second wind

    And yes, I found my second wind
    And yes, I found my second wind
    And yes, I found my second wind
    And yes, I found some hope again

    And yes, I found my peace again
    And yes, I found my second wind
    And yes, I found my peace again
    And yes, I found my second wind

    And yes, I found my second wind
    And yes, I found my second wind
    And yes, I found my second wind
    And yes, I found some hope again

    And yes, I found my second wind
    And yes, I found my second wind
    And yes, I found my second wind
    And yes, I found some hope again Writer/s: Jack William Thomas Steadman
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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