American Valhalla

Album: Post Pop Depression (2016)
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  • I have no plans, I have no debts
    The mind is not the carefree set
    I'm looking for American Valhalla
    So if it passes by, give me a holler
    Please

    I've shot my gun, I've used my knife
    This hasn't been an easy life
    I'm hoping for American Valhalla
    But if I have outlived my use
    Please drink my juice

    Innocence
    It's so hard to figure it out
    Innocence
    It's so hard to figure it out
    I don't know
    I don't know
    I don't know
    I don't know
    It's so hard to figure it out
    I don't know
    I don't know
    I don't know
    I don't know

    Where is American Valhalla?
    Death is the pill that's tough to swallow
    Is there anybody in there?
    Who do I have to kill?
    I'm not the man with everything
    I've nothing but my name

    Lowly, lowly deeds
    That no one sees
    Lowly, lowly deeds
    That no one sees

    Where is American Valhalla?
    Death is the pill that's hard to swallow
    Is anybody in there?
    And can I bring a friend?
    I'm not the man with everything
    I've nothing but my name
    I've nothing but my name
    I've nothing but my name
    I've nothing but my name
    I've nothing but my name Writer/s: Joshua Homme, James Osterberg
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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