Where Do We Go When We Go

Album: The Peace And The Panic (2017)
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  • Pain, pain go away, come back another day
    I just wanna get one up on life before it kills me

    I guess we'll never know
    If when we're gone there's a place to go
    Or if we don't see anything at all
    Is that what we're supposed to call faith?
    Well if that is that, and it all just fades to black
    And we don't see anything at all
    We don't see anything
    What are you waiting for?

    Pain, pain go away, come back another day
    I just wanna get one up on life before it kills me
    I can't put my faith in a fallacy
    I just wanna get one up on life before it kills me

    The world is a funny place
    It kicks you when you're down
    And knocks you out when you get up again
    I don't think it's worth suffering through
    But on the other hand
    There's a world full of possibilities
    And a million other people just like you
    Who've all been through what you've been through
    They were singing

    Pain, pain go away, come back another day
    I just wanna get one up on life before it kills me
    I can't put my faith in a fallacy
    I just wanna get one up on life before it kills me

    I saw it all flash and pass by with bright lights
    And right before my eyes was the exit sign
    I saw it all flash and pass by
    And asked why I wasted precious time
    It just passed me by
    It just passed me by
    We are just passing by (just passing by)
    Just passing by
    Oh we are just passing by (just passing by)
    Just passing by

    Pain, pain go away, come back another day
    I just wanna get one up on life before it kills me
    I can't put my faith in a fallacy
    I don't wanna wait for that goodbye to see what could've been
    And I just wanna get one up on life before it kills me Writer/s: Benedict Kieran James Barlow, Daniel Washington, Matthew Richard West, Philip Michael Thorpe-Evans, Samuel Joseph Bowden, Sebastian Matthew James Barlow
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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