Kling I Klang

Album: Sonik Kicks (2012)
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  • Kling, King, Killing all the bells to kill
    Cry, cry, cry, cry the ?
    These empty days of tears ? do not speak
    Bang, bang, bang shot the passers by
    I don't care, cry the ? wife
    The only numbers melting in loss

    And I don't care about the coming wave
    I take my chances in the grave
    Broke myself to my surprise
    Then settle up and ride into the night

    Seen anybody, set the ? head
    Damn, damn, damn show
    Is hard to tell, the fight is from within!
    Move, move, move, shine your every light
    Lift up ? and ? alike
    Tell the man that you want him home tonight!

    And I don't care about the coming wave
    I take my chances in the grave
    ? matters now,
    I can't undo what I don't know how

    And I don't care what the neighbors think
    ? dripping from the kitchen sink
    The death comes down and changes my world
    ?I find myself so much!

    And I don't care about the coming wave
    I take my chances in the grave
    Broke myself to my surprise
    Then settle up and ride into the night
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