Never Swim Alone

Album: Outrage! Is Now (2017)
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  • Babies in biker jackets
    Laptops & dark sunglasses
    Cocaine brunch, no reservation
    Pull up with my ceiling missing
    Valet park my hump machine
    Backseat conceive, so unclean
    Plug it in like USB
    18 years, fuck being free
    Can you hold these scrolls for me?
    Useless masters and degrees
    Scroll down to go for a ride
    Comment Section: Suicide

    There's got to be another one coming
    Another generation
    Ready for the revolution
    Or a change of station
    Never Swim Alone
    Never Swim Alone

    Pray to American Idol
    YouTube haircut so in style
    Sodastream spray ricochet
    In your face like: "It's OK!"
    It's my party, I'll cry all day
    So in touch with Rinpoche
    Climb the mountain, password saved
    Satan is my username

    Never Swim Alone
    Never Swim Alone
    Never Swim Alone
    Never Swim Alone

    "If You Liked This Song, Please Leave A Message After The Tone."
    "You Have One New Message, First Message" Writer/s: JESSE FREDERICK KEELER, SEBASTIEN ALEXANDRE GRAINGER
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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