Motion Sickness

Album: The Peace And The Panic (2017)
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  • It's time to kick the habit, I'm coming clean
    It's been a hell of a ride but it's all caught up with me
    And now I'm off track, feel like I'm right back where I started
    Sat on the kitchen floor all alone talking to a ghost

    About where we go when we go
    He said, "Life is the great unknown"
    Better jump, better run and

    Don't stop now
    Though the motion sickness has you spinning out
    'Cause you're on your way
    Oh my friend, just look how far you've come and
    Think twice before you go and throw it all away

    Between the peace and the panic, I can't break up the static
    I need a cleaner frequency
    I frequently burn out and vanish, I'm on another planet
    There's just no getting through to me

    But then I find myself in bed
    Lost inside my head again
    Running over everything
    The voices, they are deafening
    But out from the noise
    I hear that familiar voice
    He says, "Life is the great unknown"
    Better jump, better run, better go
    Better jump, run

    Don't stop now
    Though the motion sickness has you spinning out
    'Cause you're on your way
    Oh my friend, just look how far you've come and
    Think twice before you go and throw (throw) it all away

    'Cause you're on your way
    (You're on your way)
    'Cause you're on your way

    'Cause you're on your way (way)

    Don't stop now
    Though the motion sickness has you spinning out
    'Cause you're on your way
    Oh my friend, just look how far you've come and
    Think twice before you go and throw (throw) it all away

    Before you throw it all away
    Before you throw it all away Writer/s: Benedict Kieran James Barlow, Daniel Washington, Matthew Richard West, Michael Joseph Green, Philip Michael Thorpe-Evans, Samuel Joseph Bowden, Sebastian Matthew James Barlow
    Publisher: CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC, Songtrust Ave
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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