In the Lobby

Album: Post Pop Depression (2016)
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  • Breaking the chain in the lobby
    An ocean of bodies
    And then there's me
    And I hope I'm not
    Losing my life tonight

    And it's all about the hang
    And it's all about the crowd that hangs
    And it's all about the hook

    Somebody is losing their life tonight

    I followed my shadow
    And it lead me here
    What is the problem
    If I disappear?
    And I hope I'm not
    Losing my life tonight

    And it's all about the edge
    And it's all about the fans and kids
    And it's all about the sex
    And it's all about guns

    Yeah
    I followed my shadow tonight
    Out of the light

    Yeah
    I followed my shadow tonight
    Out of the light

    My shadow is walking
    In front of me
    The longer the night
    The shorter my leash
    And it's a long, long night
    And I hope I'm not
    Losing my life tonight

    And it's all about the kicks
    And it's all about the dancing pricks
    And it's all about the clowns
    And it's all about guns

    Yeah
    I followed my shadow tonight
    Out of the light

    Yeah
    I followed my shadow tonight
    Out of the light

    Out of the light
    Get out of sight

    Out of the light
    Get out tonight

    Out of the light
    Get out of sight

    Out of the light
    Get out tonight Writer/s: Dean Fertita, James Osterberg, Joshua Homme
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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