Everything Is Wrong

Album: El Pintor (2014)
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  • Truly, truly, truly here

    Into the override, how we ride the brake
    Sleeker and cheaper, the wind change
    Following people, they I say
    Expect your incentives have paved the way

    Everything is wrong, oh, everything is wrong
    I guess we open time, what is now is overcome

    Truly, truly, truly

    I think I know why, I say what I say
    Inverse achievements, I rule the daze
    Am I more soulful? Am I coming down now?
    Can we start over as agents of peace?

    Everything is wrong, wrong, everything is wrong
    All we have is time, but my heart is going wrong
    We're taking a part of both of us,
    But nobody likes to wait
    Everything is wrong, truly wrong
    Everything is wrong
    Everything is wrong

    Truly, truly, truly

    Hold on, hold on, hold on, hold on
    Hold on, hold on, hold on, hold on

    We made our home, without begging a pardon
    We made our home, with time alone
    It's taking apart the best of us,
    And nobody likes to wait

    Everything is wrong, truly wrong,
    Everything is wrong Writer/s: Daniel Alexander Kessler, Mladen Solomun, Paul Julian Banks, Samuel J Fogarino
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind


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