The Downward Spiral

Album: The Downward Spiral (1994)
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  • Everything's blue in this world

    He couldn't believe how easy it was
    (he put the gun into his face)
    Bang!
    (so much blood for such a tiny little hole)
    Problems do have solutions you know
    A lifetime of fucking things up fixed
    In one determined flash

    Everything's blue
    Everything's blue in this world
    All fuzzy
    Spilling out of my head

    The deepest shade
    All spilling
    He couldn't believe how easy it was
    The deepest shade of mushroom blue
    Everything's blue in this world
    A lifetime of fucking things up fixed
    A lifetime of
    The deepest shade
    All fuzzy
    Spilling

    Bang!
    He couldn't believe how
    Bang!
    He couldn't believe how easy it was
    Bang!
    He couldn't believe
    Bang!
    The deepest shade of mushroom blue

    The deepest shade
    The deepest shade

    Bang!

    All fuzzy
    Spilling out of
    The deepest shade of mushroom blue

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