Never Catch Me

Album: You're Dead! (2014)
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  • I can see the darkness in me and it's quite amazing
    Life and death is no mystery and I wanna taste it
    Step inside of my mind and you'll find curiosity, animosity
    High philosophy, hyper prophesied meditation
    Reminisce on my wonder years and I wonder here
    Sentiments of my words ain't been so sincere
    The sentiment of my nerves that I just persevere
    The big thought of fallin' off disappeared to my fate
    They say that Heaven's real
    Analyze my demise, I say I'm super anxious
    Recognize I deprive this feeling and then embrace it
    Vandalizing these walls only if they could talk
    Conversations won't contemplate to my dark thoughts
    Lookin' down on my soul now, tell me I'm in control now
    Tell me I can live long and I can live wrong and I can live right
    And I can sing song and I can unite the you that I love
    You that I like, look at my life and tell me I fight
    This that final destination, this that find some information
    This that find some inspiration, this that crack, the installation
    This that quantum jump and that fist pump and that bomb detonation
    Please don't bomb my nation, embalming fluid waiting
    I got mind control when I'm here, you gon' hate me when I'm gone
    Ain't no blood pumpin', no fear, I got hope inside of my bones
    This that life beyond your own life, this ain't physical for mankind
    This that out-of-body experience, no coincidence you been died
    Bitch, you're dead!

    Say you will never ever catch me, no, no, no
    Say you will never ever catch me, no, no, no
    Say you will never ever catch me, no, no, no
    Say you will never ever catch me, no, no, no
    Say you will never ever catch me
    Say you will never ever catch me, no

    Say you will never ever Writer/s: Steven Ellison
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