Oh My

Album: The Future and the Past (2018)
  • I can't believe the things I hear
    Oh, what is truth and what is fear?
    Oh, what is lying to a cheat?
    And what is freedom for the free?

    It's giving heartbreak to me, heartbreak down
    Heartbreak to me, heartbreak down
    Oh my, oh my

    I can't believe the things I see
    Are we losing honey from the bees? Ooh, ooh
    How are we sinking from the heat?
    Are we losing forests for the trees?

    It's giving heartbreak to me, heartbreak down
    Heartbreak to me, heartbreak down
    Oh my, oh my

    Seems like everyday we're losing
    When we chose the read the news yeah, oh my

    It's giving heartbreak to me, heartbreak down
    Heartbreak to me, heartbreak down
    Oh my, oh my

    Seems like every day we're losing
    When we chose the read the news yeah, oh my
    Psychedelic confusion, a mass illusion
    Are we losing our minds? Writer/s: Matthew Edgar White, Natalie Prass
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Downtown Music Publishing, DOMINO PUBLISHING COMPANY
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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