The Sky Is Fallin'

Album: Songs For The Deaf (2002)
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  • The sky is falling
    Human race that we run
    It left me crawling
    Staring straight at the sun
    Only a moment I notice
    Every dog has his day
    I paid attention
    Cost me so much to today

    For so long
    I saw only wrong
    But now to remind
    It's a waste of time

    Close your eyes and see the skies are falling

    I wanted something
    Nothing blank I don't know
    It's all deflecting
    Stones are easy to throw
    Only a moment I notice
    Hours, days left behind
    Of wasted, useless
    Selfless, none of a kind

    For so long
    I saw only wrong
    But now to remind
    Not to go back to the low
    That has drained my life so low
    That has drained my life so low
    That has drained my life so low

    Close your eyes and see the skies are falling Writer/s: JOSH HOMME, NICK OLIVERI
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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