Guns In The Sky
by INXS

  • See the sound
    It crashes in
    All around
    It gets in
    Now take your hands
    And raise them up
    Into to the air
    That's all around ya
    Now bring them down
    Like a clock at two
    Shake your head
    You know what to do
    They want to put
    Guns in the sky
    Someone out there
    Ain't gonna like it

    But it could be good
    Make us love each other
    Have to realize
    I own the future

    Guns in the sky

    Guns in the sky

    Guns in the sky

    Guns in the sky

    Guns in the sky
    Child grows up to see
    Guns in the sky
    Used to be on TV

    Want to change
    Forgot the joke
    It's great to see you
    I'm running late, da da da
    Love your hair, da da da
    Lend me a ten, da da da
    I love your big house, da da da

    Could you spare a dime
    Well I'm sick of it, it's a load of shit
    We could stop the world and let of all the fools
    And let them go live with their guns in the sky

    Guns in the sky
    Guns in the sky
    Guns in the sky
    Guns in the sky
    Guns in the sky
    Guns in the sky
    Guns in the sky Writer/s: MICHAEL HUTCHENCE
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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  • Zabadak from LondonGITS was also released, in extended form, on the Never Tear Us Apart CD single, sampling Python John Cleese's "And now for something completely" quote.
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