Conspiracy Theory

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  • Yeah, oh

    Conspiracy theory
    Better keep it down
    Cause the walls are thin
    And the word is out, now

    Like it or leave it
    Don't make sound
    Cause the walls are thin
    And the word is out, now

    Better that you didn't know
    Better that they didn't choke
    That's right

    Why do we need to live in fear
    Knowing that threats are real
    This time

    Conspiracy theory
    Gonna make you shake
    Don't hit the brake
    No time to waste, now

    Like it or leave it
    Better hit the road
    Cause the road that we know is gonna fade away, now

    Better that you didn't know
    Better that they didn't choke
    That's right

    Why do we need to live in fear
    Knowing that threats are real
    This time

    Conspiracy theory babe
    Conspiracy theory babe
    Oh
    Yeah oh oh oo oo

    Conspiracy theory
    Better keep it down
    Cause the walls are thin
    And the word is out, now

    Like it or leave it
    Don't make sound
    Cause the walls are thin
    And the word is out, now

    Better that you didn't know
    Better that they didn't choke
    Why we need to live in fear
    Knowing that threats are real
    This time

    Yeah
    Na na na na na
    Na na na na na
    Na na na na na
    Na na na na na
    Na na na na na

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