Gun Metal Grey

Album: Brand New Machine (2013)
  • I'm in the rose cold worlds, the GUN METAL GREY
    Killed or they kill, EVERYBODY' GETTING PAID
    But something so real can feel SO FAKE
    When there's something getting in, EVERYBODY'S ON THE TAKE
    I hope that money ain't money if you wake what you start
    From the world of full evil I'm clocking up a wax
    When this crew shoot the air we're too sure to spare
    The scrap, that BUT, no cops in the air, yeah

    When this crew shoot the air we're too sure to spare
    The scrap, that BUT, no cops in the air
    Cops in the air, cops in the air
    When this crew shoot the air we're too sure to spare
    The scrap, that BUT, no cops in the air
    Cops in the air, cops in the air
    When this crew shoot the air we're too sure to spare
    The scrap, that BUT, no cops in the air
    Cops in the air, cops in the air
    When this crew shoot the air we're too sure to spare
    The scrap, that BUT, no cops in the air Writer/s: ANDY GANGADEEN, PATRICK WILLIAMS, SAUL GREGORY MILTON, WILLIAM FREDERICK KENNARD
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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