L.S.F. (Lost Souls Forever)

Album: Kasabian (2004)
Charted: 10
  • I'm on it, get on it
    The troops are on fire!
    Ya know I need it, much closer
    I'm trading just a little more
    Step on it, electronic
    The troops are on fire!
    I'm much deeper, a sleeper
    Waiting for the final trip
    Come on it, get on it
    I'm carving thru a letterbomb
    I need it, loud potions
    These drugs are just an hour away
    Come on it, electronic
    A polyphonic prostitute, the motors, on fire
    Messiah for the animals

    Ah, oh come on!
    We got our backs to the wall!
    Ah!
    Get on!
    And watch out!
    Sayin, "Yer gonna kill us all!"

    Ah I'm on it, get on it
    The troops are on fire!
    You know I need it, much closer
    I'm trading just a little more
    Step on it, electronic
    The troops are on fire!
    I'm much deeper, a sleeper
    Messiah for the animals

    Ah, oh come on!
    We got our backs to the wall
    Ah!
    Get on!
    And watch out! Ah!
    Before you kill us all!

    Ah, oh come on!
    Say " we got our backs to the wall!"
    Get on!
    And watch out! Ah!
    Before you kill us all!

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