Outside

Album: Sonic Highways (2014)
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  • There you are dancing at your altar
    Beautiful earthling, dressed in Kashmir
    All of your sound echoes in the canyons
    Down below they're dreaming
    Hear the sirens screaming
    Another time, another world
    Girls were boys and boys were girls
    Find the glitter in the litter
    Like a haunt, it's got to move
    Everybody needs some room
    There's something out there

    There's a long straight road, out of the cold
    And we can leave it all behind
    I wanna get outside, baby, let's get outside
    I wanna get outside, outside, of me

    Oh, I found the space between the spaces
    Standing in the nothing, and time will cling to
    And as the wind will beat you down
    And the wind the only sound
    There's something out there

    There's a long straight road, out of the cold
    And we can leave it all behind
    I wanna get outside, baby, let's get outside
    I wanna get outside, outside, of me

    There's a long straight road, out of the cold
    And we can leave it all behind
    I wanna get outside, baby, let's get outside
    I wanna get outside, outside, of meWriter/s: Christopher Shiflett, Dave Grohl, Nate Mendel, Oliver Hawkins, Pat Smear
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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