Free (The Editorial Me)

Album: Songs For Imaginative People (2013)
  • Life is a greenhouse gas
    House of colise and masks
    Pretending to be my friend
    But nothing can box me in

    'Cause I’m free, yeah
    'Cause I’m free, yeah
    'Cause I’m free, yeah
    I’m free yeah

    I’ll be the first to dance
    With every new circumstance
    I smile out the scene I see
    'Cause I decide what it means to me
    'Cause I can

    'Cause I’m free, yeah
    'Cause I’m free, yeah
    'Cause I’m free, yeah
    'Cause I’m free, yeah, yeah, yeah

    I’m close for your view
    Was o picture of you
    Before you knew
    Circled in red, are the things you said
    When you lost your head and god I debt
    'Cause god is dead

    But to whom it may concern
    It’s no longer that person’s turn
    It’s mine

    'Cause I’m free, yeah
    I’m free, yeah
    I’m free, yeah
    Whoa, I’m free, yeah, yeah, yeah
    'Cause I’m free, yeah
    I’m free, yeah, yeah
    But I’m free yeah, whoa
    'Cause I’m free, yeah, yeah, yeah
    Dear sirs, we regret to inform you
    The norm to conform to
    Does not means ... this time
    But of course you can try
    To reapply, for membership
    And resubmit, your many sketch
    When the man you scripted’s hands are lifted
    To the sky
    And the old you dies, sincerely
    The editorial me, the editorial me, yeah. Writer/s: DARWIN MERWAN SMITH
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind


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