Search Party

Album: A Flash Flood Of Colour (2012)
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  • I know that we're going to repeat history,
    Unless we sort this out.
    I know that we've got to find something new,
    Something new.

    Now we're six thousand million strong,
    That we're not learning from.
    A history of conflict and violence,
    For ownership and the power to silence.

    I know that we've got to find something new.
    Whoa.

    We're tracing all our steps,
    We send out the search back search parties.
    To negate the barrier,
    That lock us down.

    Flashbacks and your beginnings,
    The repetition that you felt you found.
    Now we're six thousand million strong,
    That we're not learning from.
    A history of conflict and violence,
    For ownership and the power to silence.

    I know that we've got to find something new.
    Whoa.

    I know that we're going to repeat history,
    Unless we sort this out.
    I know that we've got to find something new,
    Something new.

    All hands on deck,
    We've got to scrub these fuckers out.
    All hands on deck!

    I know that we've got to find something new.
    Whoa.

    I know that we're going to repeat history,
    Unless we sort this out.
    I know that we've got to find something new,
    Something new Writer/s: CHRIS BATTEN, LIAM RORY CLEWLOW, ROBERT ROLFE, ROUGHTON REYNOLDS
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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