When Two Worlds Collide

Album: Virtual XI (1998)
  • My telescope looks out
    Into the stars tonight
    A little speck of light
    Seems twice the size tonight
    The calculations are so fine
    Can it be growing all the time?

    Now I can't believe it's true
    And I don't know what to do
    For the hundredth time
    I check the declination
    Now the fear starts to grow
    Even my computer shows
    There are no errors in the calculations

    Now it's happened, take no other view
    Collision course, you must believe it's true
    Now there's nothing left that we can do

    When two worlds collide
    The anger and the pain
    Of all those who remain
    Two worlds collide
    Who will be left alive?
    No place to hide
    When two worlds collide

    The anger, the pain
    Of those who remain
    When two worlds collide
    When two worlds collide
    So who will survive?
    There's no place to hide
    When two worlds collide

    Now it's happened, take no other view
    Collision course, you must believe it's true
    Now there's nothing left that we can do

    When two worlds collide
    The anger and the pain
    Of all those who remain
    Two worlds collide
    Who will be left alive?
    No place to hide
    When two worlds collide

    The anger, the pain
    Of those who remain
    When two worlds collide
    When two worlds collide
    So who will survive?
    There's no place to hide
    When two worlds collide

    Oh-oh, oh-oh, oh-oh
    Oh-oh, oh-oh, oh-oh
    Oh-oh, oh-oh, oh-oh
    Oh-oh, oh-oh, oh-oh
    Oh-oh, oh-oh, oh-oh
    Oh-oh, oh-oh, oh-oh

    When two worlds collide
    The anger, the pain
    Of those who remain
    When two worlds collide
    When two worlds collide
    So who will survive?
    There's no place to hide
    When two worlds collide

    When two worlds collide
    The anger, the pain
    When two worlds collide
    When two worlds collide Writer/s: Bayley Cooke, David Michael Murray, Stephen Percy Harris
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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