Outrage! Is Now

Album: Outrage! Is Now (2017)
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  • Outrage! Outrage! I'm Out Of Rage
    Maybe It's My Age
    But I Can See
    A Clear Light
    So What (x2)
    Maybe I'm Wrong
    Suddenly, I Don't Belong
    To Anyone, Or Anything

    Outrage! Is Now
    Something We All Talk About
    Outrage! Is Now
    Everybody Scream & Shout

    Phase II
    Face You Can't Talk It Through
    Five Years We'll Win / Five Years We'll Lose
    Let's Discuss, Without Disgust
    Outrage! Outrage! It's All The Rage
    A Flashing Show On Glowing Page
    And The Street Top Catwalk Stiletto
    Snaps & The Crack of the Pavement Spotlight

    Outrage! Is Now
    Something We All Talk About
    Outrage! Is Now
    Everybody Scream & Shout

    Outrage! Is Now (x2)

    Outrage! Is Now
    Something We All Talk About
    Everyone Is Loud, Come & Sing Along
    Outrage! Is Now
    (Outrage! Is Now) [x2]


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