Hectic

Album: Common Dreads (2009)
  • To the multi-story car park
    With our friends
    Drinking from a bottle
    Of white lightning

    On top of marks and sparks
    Roof running
    Smoking
    Chronic
    Hectic

    And it seems that
    Nothing now will ever change.
    And it seems that
    Were on our own again

    And it seems that
    Nothing now will ever change.
    And it seems that
    Were on our own again


    And it seems that
    Nothing now will ever change.
    And it seems that
    Were on our own again

    We'll convene at mine 3PM to play Sega Megadrive Golden Axe and Sonic all day
    Never Played It? (I'll Teach Ya)
    Can't Hack It? (I'll Beat Ya)
    Whilst Pendell's making rhymes in the corner with a litre of finest Scrumpy Jack,
    Whilst PDEX pumps out the latest big club track
    We'll take it to Justin's and hit his King Kong
    Then we'll gather round the piano for a little sing song.

    Oh if I could kidnap that feeling
    The one that melts all fear's from your mind
    I'd make no demands, no ransom.

    'Cause I'd never set it free.
    'Cause I'd never set it free.

    Oh if I could kidnap that feeling
    The one that melts all fear's from your mind
    I'd make no demands, no ransom.

    'Cause I'd never set it free.
    'Cause I'd never set it free.
    'Cause I'd never set it free.

    All false Halcyon days
    And Halcyon nights
    Before we began to realize
    That these aren't right.

    And it seems that
    Nothing now will ever change.
    And it seems that
    Were on our own again


    And it seems that
    Nothing now will ever change.
    And it seems that
    Were on our own again


    And it seems that
    Nothing now will ever change.
    And it seems that
    Were on our own againWriter/s: CHRIS BATTEN, LIAM RORY CLEWLOW, ROBERT ROLFE, ROUGHTON REYNOLDS
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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