Futureal

Album: Virtual XI (1998)
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  • I'm running out of my time
    I'm running out of breath
    And now it's getting to
    I can't sleep at night
    In the day, feel like death
    I'm getting in far too deep
    I feel them closing in
    I've got to say that I'm scared
    I know they'll win
    Even so, I'm prepared

    Do you believe what you hear?
    Can you believe what you see?
    Do you believe what you feel?
    Can you believe what is real?
    Futureal, what is real?

    Whenever anyone seems
    To treat me like a freak
    It makes me see
    I'm the only one who feels
    That I know what is real
    Sometimes it feels like a game
    Of deadly hide and seek
    And when you're reading this
    Then I'll be gone
    Maybe then, you will see

    Do you believe what you hear?
    Can you believe what you see?
    Do you believe what you feel?
    Can you believe what is real?
    Futureal, what is real?
    Futureal

    Do you believe what you hear?
    Can you believe what you see?
    Do you believe what you feel?
    Can you believe what is real?
    Futureal, what is real?
    Futureal, what is real?
    Futureal, what is real?
    Futureal Writer/s: Bayley Cooke, Stephen Percy Harris
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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