Moral Panic

Album: Moral Panic (2020)
  • This is the last day of my life
    Yours too
    Haven't you ever seen the ocean look so blue?
    And now we're running out of time
    She said
    All of the children are so anxious, they're on edge
    Yeah, it's tense
    So tense

    Moral panic
    Is setting in
    Terror fever
    It's too late to begin
    Your excuses
    Are wearing thin
    Moral panic
    It's too late to begin

    Moral panic
    Is setting in
    Terror fever
    It's too late to begin
    Your excuses
    Are wearing thin
    Moral panic
    It's too late to begin

    This is the last day of my life
    Yours too
    Better be ready 'cause it's coming
    To find you
    Oh no, they don't call it a lie
    Its post truth
    And now the blackest sky is falling over you
    And it's soon
    So soon

    Moral panic
    Is setting in
    Terror fever
    It's too late to begin
    Your excuses
    Are wearing thin
    Moral panic
    It's too late to begin

    It's too late to begin

    Now the earth
    It turns so slow
    Strike up a match
    And we let it go

    Now the earth
    It burns so slow
    A million faces in a row
    We're standing back and we watch it go
    And we let it go
    And we let it go
    And we let it

    Moral panic
    Is setting in
    Terror fever
    It's too late to begin
    Your excuses
    Are wearing thin
    Moral panic
    It's too late to begin

    Now the earth
    It burns so slow
    A million faces in a row
    We're standing back and we watch it go
    And we let it go
    And we let it

    If we're on our own then we let it go
    If we're on our own then we let it go
    Information age is the modern joke
    If we're on our own then we let it go Writer/s: Conor Mason, Dominic Craik, Joseph Langridge-Brown, Michael Crossey
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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