Generate! Generate!

Album: The Messenger (2013)
  • I placed by and I wonder why,
    Calculate, calculate, calculate.
    I divide and I multiply,
    Calculate, calculate, calculate.

    Sensations versus thinking,
    An equation all good for nothing
    Same old song, what’s going on?
    Calculate, calculate, calculate.

    [Chorus]
    I come by and all is fly,
    Generate, generate, generate.
    You got no how, I got to know now,
    Calculate, calculate, calculate.

    Sensations versus thinking,
    Oh, no, no, no, it’s beginning.

    Get her CD, haven’t sworn,
    Generate, generate, generate.

    [Chorus]

    Sensations judged thinking,
    Equation no good for nothing.
    Fast crash fear us some theme,
    Fast track feel us some theme.

    I can’t get behind a war track mind,
    Calculate, calculate, calculate.
    Rising suns put you on the re-run,
    Generate, generate, generate.

    Sensations got me thinking,
    An equation all good for nothing
    God keeps an upper thumb,
    Generate, generate, generate.

    [Chorus]

    Sensations judge my thinking
    Oh, no, no, no good for nothing.
    Fast crash fearless and theme,
    Flashtrack fear us a theme.

    Cascade and I go,
    Accelerate and I go,
    Sensations judge my thinking,
    Oh, no, no, no, it’s beginning.
    Fast crash fearless and fear
    Flashtrack fear us a theme.Writer/s: JAMES DOVIAK, JOHNNY MARR
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
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