Satellite

Album: Hesitation Marks (2013)
  • These drills locked in your nails
    Scratch across the sky
    Hunting on, figure out
    Tell the truth from lies

    Everywhere listening
    Every word you say
    Thinking from the way around
    Yeah, think I found a way
    Come on! Come on!
    Come on! Come on!
    Come on!

    Satellite, I'm watching you
    I'm one step ahead
    Satellite, I'm calling you
    I'm inside your head

    Yes we can, yes we did
    'Cause in the him just spread
    Better watch, what you take
    What was that you said?
    Everywhere and everything
    That every word you say
    Think about way around
    I think about a way

    Satellite, I'm watching you
    I'm one step ahead
    Satellite, I'm calling you
    I'm inside your head

    Satellite, I'm watching you
    I'm one step ahead
    Satellite, I'm calling you
    I'm inside your head

    Satellite
    Satellite
    I know you're up there somewhere
    Satellite
    I know you're up there somewhere
    Satellite
    I know you're up there somewhere
    Satellite
    I know you're up there somewhere
    Satellite
    I know you're up there somewhere Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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