Album: Amo (2018)
Charted: 55
  • Do you wanna start a cult with me?
    I'm not vibrating like I ought to be
    I need a purpose, I can't keep surfing
    Through this existential misery
    Now we're gonna need some real estate
    But if I choose my words carefully
    Think I could fool you that I'm the guru?
    Wait, how do you spell epiphany?

    Before the truth will set you free, it'll piss you off
    Before you find a place to be, you're gonna lose the plot
    Too late to tell you now, one ear and right out the other one
    'Cause all you ever do is chant the same old mantra

    Yeah

    Could I have your attention, please?
    It's time to tap into your tragedy
    Think you could use a new abuser
    Close your eyes and listen carefully
    Imagine you're stood on a beach
    Water gently lapping at your feet
    But now you're sinking, what were you thinking?
    That's all the time we have this week

    Before the truth will set you free, it'll piss you off
    Before you find a place to be, you're gonna lose the plot
    Too late to tell you now, one ear and right out the other one
    'Cause all you ever do is chant the same old mantra

    And I know this doesn't make a lot of sense
    But do you really wanna think about yourself now?
    All I'm asking for's a little bit of faith
    You know it's easy to believe
    And I know this doesn't make a lot of sense
    You know you gotta work the corners of your mind now
    All I'm asking for's a little bit of faith
    You know it's easy to, so easy to believe

    Before the truth will set you free, it'll piss you off
    Before you find a place to be, you're gonna lose the plot
    Before the truth will set you free, it'll piss you off
    Before you find a place to be, you're gonna lose the plot
    Too late to tell you now, one ear and right out the other one
    'Cause all you ever do is chant the same old mantra

    Oh Writer/s: Oliver Sykes, Matt Kean, Lee Malia, Matt Nicholls, Jordan Fish
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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