Big Bright World

Album: Not Your Kind of People (2012)
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  • We are difficult to understand
    It was hard to make the simple plan work
    Difficult, that's what made it burn

    You're a satellite
    Around my heart
    One million miles before the start
    Indescribable, that's what makes it you

    Shivers up and down my spine
    Feet to the deep
    Inside this big, bright world
    Inside this big, bright world
    Inside this big, bright world

    You rage against the dying
    Rage against the dying light

    You're mysterious, you make no sense
    I love you 'cause you're innocent
    You fell out through a hole inside the sun

    So magnify the best inside me
    Fill the parts that you can't find me
    The parts that won't give out when things get hard

    Shivers up and down my spine
    Feet to the deep
    Inside this big, bright world
    Inside this big, bright world
    Inside this big, bright world

    Round and round in the setting sun
    Round and round in the setting sun
    Round and round in the setting sun
    Round and round round and round and round

    Inside this big, bright world
    Inside this big, bright world
    Inside this big, bright world

    Rage against the dying
    Rage against the dying light

    [Repeat x8]
    I'm with you Writer/s: Bryan David Vig, Douglas Elwin Erickson, Shirley Ann Manson, Steve W Marker
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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