Atlas Air

Album: Heligoland (2010)
  • Yes shall we take a spin again in business
    This time is fixed lets sweeten our facilities
    It took all the man in me
    To be the dog you wanted me to be

    Shall we take a spin again no witnesses
    This time is fixed seven three seven is
    You won't feel a thing
    Begging until you give it up insane

    Fish like little silver knives
    Make the cuts on my inside
    Yeah let him feast my heart is big
    My heart is big, my blood will slide in metal studs

    Tourniquet will hold its groove
    Tourniquet will keep its grip
    It took all the man in me
    To be the dog you wanted me to be

    Yeah let him feast my heart is big
    My heart is big, my blood will slide
    You let him feast my heart is big
    My heart is big, my blood will slide

    Got nothing to lose but my chains
    Internet feats on my brains
    Head in the sand, feet in the clay

    And time is still like grease it slips
    Sucking in, spit in pips
    Just spitting pips

    Nothing to lose but my chains
    Internet beats on my brains
    Head in the sand, feet in the clay

    A place to piece, a place to pray

    ?
    This gun of smoke is slaying me
    And time is still like grease it slips
    Suck it in, spit in pips
    Yeah spit in pips

    My heart was big and like my pride
    Let them feast on my insides
    And when the filled had spilled its guts
    Gently open then it shuts

    I'm in the hole
    Three thousand days
    A buried soul
    They live the dream
    In terminal
    No war too mean

    I know the drill
    Got cells to burn
    I'm dressed to kill
    A mortal coil
    And time is still
    On secret soil

    Yeah pay the bills
    Cells to burn
    Mouths to fill
    On Boeing jets
    In the sunset make glowing threats Writer/s: ROBERT DEL NAJA, NEIL DAVIDGE, JOHN MALVERN BAGGOTT, GRANTLEY EVAN MARSHALL
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Universal Music Publishing Group, Spirit Music Group
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