Panic Station
by Muse

Album: The 2nd Law (2012)
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  • You won't get much closer
    Till you sacrifice it all (all)
    You won't get to taste it
    With your face against the wall (wall wall)
    Get up and commit
    Show the power trapped within (in in)
    Do just what you want to
    And now stand up and begin

    Ooo 1, 2, 3, 4 fire's in your eyes
    And this chaos, it defies imagination
    Ooo 5, 6, 7, minus 9 lives
    You've arrived at panic station

    Doubts will try to break you
    Unleash your heart and soul
    Trouble will surround you
    Start taking some control
    Stand up and deliver
    Your wildest fantasy
    Do what the fuck you want to
    There's no one to appease

    Ooo 1, 2, 3, 4 fire's in your eyes
    And this chaos, it defies imagination
    Ooo 5, 6, 7, minus 9 lives
    You've arrived at panic station

    Ooo 1, 2, 3, 4 fire's in your eyes
    And this chaos, it defies imagination
    Ooo 5, 6, 7, minus 9 lives
    And I know that you will fight for the duration

    Ooo 1, 2, 3, 4 fire's in your eyes
    And I know I'm not resisting the temptations
    Ooo 5, 6, 7, minus 9 lives
    You've arrived at Panic Station Writer/s: Matthew James Bellamy
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • K from Nowhere, OnBest song on the album IMO. It's so awesome.
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