Less Than

Album: Add Violence (2017)
  • Focus?
    We didn't even notice
    We awake in a place
    We can barely recognize, yeah
    Hypnosis

    And you can justify it all
    Your back is up against the wall again

    Shut up, silence
    Add a little violence
    And offend and pretend
    And defend and demand my compliance

    And you can always justify
    The missile trails across the sky again

    So what are you waiting for?
    You got what you asked for
    Did it fix what was wrong with you?
    Are you less than?
    Go and look what you gone done
    Come on welcome oblivion
    Did it fix what was wrong with you?
    Are you less than?

    Needful
    Too many fucking people
    You'll have to take care of yourselves
    You know I've got my hands full

    And you can always justify
    The missile trails across the sky again

    Come on, what are you waiting for?
    You got what you asked for
    Did it fix what was wrong with you?
    Are you less than?
    And look what you gone done
    Welcome oblivion
    Did it fix what was wrong inside?
    Are you less than?

    So what are you waiting for?
    You got what you asked for
    Did it fix what was wrong with you?
    Are you less than? (Are you less than? Less than?)
    And look what you gone done
    Well, welcome oblivion
    Did it fix what was wrong inside?
    Are you less than? Writer/s: Trent Reznor
    Publisher: Downtown Music Publishing, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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