Cling And Clatter

Album: No Name Face (2000)
  • Too many voices, It won't take long
    Which one's right, which one's wrong
    Yours is most likely to be misunderstood
    Screaming in tongues

    On the top of my lungs
    'Til I find you, 'til you found me
    Somehow I always knew that you would
    And I am contemplating matters

    All this cling and clatter
    In my head, and what you said
    Is ringing, ringing faster
    And it's all good if you would

    Stop the world from making sense
    And if I could just realize
    It doesn't really matter
    It doesn't really matter

    It doesn't really matter
    If I could touch
    The sound of silence now
    You know I would if I knew how

    To make these intentions
    Come around
    I'm hearing without listening
    And believing every word

    You are not saying
    Speaking without a sound
    Trapped inside
    Of these four walls

    Walking brainless muppet dolls
    Mushroom face
    Beneath the tangles
    Bleeding silhouette inside

    Dancing like an angel would Writer/s: RON ANIELLO, JASON WADE
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind


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