Everyone Dies
by Cold

Album: Cold (1998)
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  • Take me back from God
    Well I can't sleep
    No one can hear the sound of your heartbreak
    Every little thing was on the floor
    Everyone was so in love with you

    Everyone dies my friend
    They come down from outer space
    To blow up all the human race
    Everyone dies my friend
    To take 'em back away
    From God is all they ever wanted

    I can taste the pain you're shovelin'
    Every word you said and every little monster
    Moons over stardust made me sick
    Every word you said
    It's all you ever want to give

    I can't understand why you can't believe
    That they're not there

    I can taste the pain you shovel in
    Pain comes down here
    Everyone around you suffocates
    I can't see God
    Everybody told you not to fall
    My hands were tied
    Everybody told you not to wait
    My brain was fried Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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