A Disaster

Album: 4th Street Feeling (2012)
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  • The lies upon your lips
    The anger in your hair
    Nuclear fingertips
    Annihilating stare

    It seems wherever you go
    You can't help but to explode
    And your demon's screaming out of control

    [Chorus]
    Say good-bye to the enemy
    Go find another master
    Say good-bye to the best of me and
    Call it a disaster
    Call it a disaster
    Call it a catastrophe

    Your intention is clear
    It's set to self-destruct
    You and your genocidal fear
    Me and my dumb luck
    Parasitical fascination
    With hysteric insinuation
    Honestly it scorches my soul

    [Chorus]

    Move on move on
    There's nothing here for you to see
    Move on move on
    I'm just another casualty

    Say goodbye to the rest of me
    You couldn't kill me faster

    [Chorus] Writer/s: MELISSA ETHERIDGE
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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