Hostiles

Album: Everyday Robots (2014)
  • When the serve is done
    And the parish shuffled some
    And the May frequencies come
    To keep you away
    When your body aches
    From the arms of dreams you keep
    And the hours passed by
    Just left on repeat

    It'll be a silent day
    I'll share with you
    Fighting off the hostiles
    With whom we collude
    Hoping to find the key
    To this play of communications
    Between you and me

    When the LCD
    Are all the player ones you can be
    Put your foot down in the right hand lane
    If you are with me
    'Til the trains re-route
    And the rush-hour is come
    And the May frequencies
    Have sent you to sleep

    It'll be a silent day
    I'll share with you
    Fighting off the hostiles
    With whom we collude
    Hoping to find the key
    To this play of communications
    Between you and me

    Don't burn so
    Don't burn so
    Don't burn so late
    Don't burn so
    Don't burn
    Don't burn so late

    It'll be a silent day
    I'll share with you
    Fighting off the hostiles
    With whom we collude
    Hoping to find the key
    To this play of communications
    Between you and me Writer/s: DAMON ALBARN, RICHARD RUSSELL
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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