Get To Heaven

Album: Get To Heaven (2015)
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  • Out in the cold
    There's an old man laying down in the flames tonight
    Smiling to me
    And he whistles as they're sweeping him up, alright
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    I hear them praying

    (We can get to that heaven)
    There's bodies in the road
    (We can get to that heaven)
    Where nothing else will grow
    (Lunatic in my bedroom!)
    I'm thinking, what was my password?
    As the vultures land

    Crushed under feet
    How about we find some nice place to eat tonight?
    Teeth on a wire
    I made a necklace for you
    Just you and I, alright
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    I hear them burning

    (We can get to that heaven)
    There's bodies in the road
    (We can get to that heaven)
    Where nothing else will grow
    (Lunatic in my bedroom!)
    I'm thinking what was my password?
    As the vultures land

    (We can get to that heaven)
    As the tanks roll by
    (We can get to that heaven)
    Under a blood black sky
    (Lunatic in my bedroom)
    I'm thinking, where in the blazes
    Did I park my car? Writer/s: ALEX ROBERTSHAW, JEREMY PRITCHARD, JONATHAN HIGGS, MICHAEL SPEARMAN
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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