Pandemonium

Album: Pandemonium (1994)
Charted: 28
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  • She talks of supernatural aeons that we'll make
    She says "look behind the wave of changes" feel the future taking shape

    I can see tomorrow
    I can see the world to come
    I can see tomorrow
    Hear the pandemonium

    I ask her of her next of kin and loved ones in her care
    She gestures all around her then she whispers "everywhere
    "There is no nuclear family required any more
    "My parents are the village and the village is the law"

    I can see tomorrow
    I can see the world to come
    I can see tomorrow
    Hear the pandemonium
    Hear the pandemonium

    She said "unlearn you must forget the values that you hold
    "Life is not longevity and beauty is the only goal"

    I can see tomorrow
    I can see the world to come
    I can see tomorrow
    Hear the pandemonium
    Hear the pandemonium

    Cymbals that crash and pipes of pan awaken from your trance
    There is no retribution here see how the heathen dance

    I can see tomorrow
    I can see the world to come
    I can see tomorrow
    Hear the pandemonium
    Hear the pandemonium

    The prisoner sat motionless, his cell was six by four.
    He walked to the horizon without walking through the door.
    We found ourselves converging as we walked towards the sun.
    Apart from all discussion, we were functioning as one.

    I can see tomorrow
    I can see the world to come
    I can see tomorrow
    Hear the pandemonium Writer/s: JAMES SAMUEL III HARRIS, JAMES HARRIS III, JESSE WOODS JOHNSON, TERRY LEWIS, PRINCE NELSON
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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