People Give In

Album: Resistance Is Futile (2018)
  • People get tired
    People get old
    People get forgotten
    People get sold
    People get sold

    There is no theory of everything
    No immaculate conception, no crime to forgive
    Torn between the then and now
    Never really knowing the why and how

    People break down
    People move on
    People get cold
    People stay strong
    People give in
    People stay strong

    People get happy
    People get lost
    People cave inwards
    People lose trust
    People lose trust

    There is no theory of everything
    No immaculate conception, no crime to forgive
    Torn between the then and now
    Never really knowing the why and how

    People break down
    People move on
    People can cope
    People stay strong
    People give in
    People stay strong

    Break down
    Move on
    Stay strong
    Break down
    Move on
    Break down
    Stay

    There is no theory of everything
    No immaculate conception, no crime to forgive
    Torn between the then and now
    Never really knowing the why and how

    Woah
    Woah

    People break down
    People move on
    People can cope
    People stay strong
    People give in
    People stay strong Writer/s: JAMES DEAN BRADFIELD, NICHOLAS ALLEN JONES, SEAN ANTHONY MOORE
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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