Welcome To Oblivion

Album: Attics to Eden (2009)
  • On an island out in the sea.
    I wouldn't care what they think of me.
    But in this crowed in a room.
    I believe that I'm seconds from insanity.
    Cause your eyes just ripped me all apart.
    And my temperamental mind decides that I'm the enemy.

    Welcome to oblivion.
    Where panic starts to settle in.
    Welcome to oblivion.
    Oh, I think I'm losing it.

    So many voices I can't even sleep.
    Typical late night company.
    They asked questions about my life.
    "Where is it going? Who am I?"
    And those voices rip me all apart.
    I need medicine to quiet,
    And survive it.

    Welcome to oblivion.
    Where panic starts to settle in.
    And I'm afraid of everything.
    Oh, I lost my head again.

    Welcome to oblivion.
    Where my whole life is caving in.
    And I can't stand who I am.
    Oh, I think I'm losing it.

    (I lost my head again.)
    (I lost my head again.)

    Then I met you
    You were standing all alone.
    Cause you felt it too.
    The world has broken you down.
    You and me
    Are gonna make it through.
    Cause now we know
    (There's people like us)

    As I fall apart inside.
    All of my thoughts collide.
    And that's no way to live a life.
    Oh
    I think I'm losing it.

    Welcome to oblivion.
    Where panic starts to settle in.
    And I'm afraid of everything.
    Oh
    I lost my head again.

    Welcome to oblivion.
    I can't get off my medicine.
    And I can't stand who I am.
    Oh
    I think I'm losing it. Writer/s: DANIEL DAVID TORELLI, MATEO CAMARGO, MATTHEW J LEONE, NATHAN D LEONE
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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