Fallout

Album: Queensrÿche (2013)
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  • I thought that you should see
    See the beginning
    Constant, I call night
    Used to be the my running part
    Y'all should dim the sky today
    Swim against the tide
    The flow, we're going, it's in your eyes

    Don't listen to them
    Don't listen to them
    Why, she made it
    And talk about it

    A renaissance, rising from the ashes
    A better life, tomorrow bites
    The world within your blackest eyes

    Don't listen to them
    Don't listen to them
    Why, she made it
    And talk about it

    A revolution in disguise
    Mesmerized by shallow roads
    Flowing, I come back to scream
    I've seen this laser beam

    A revolution in disguise
    Mesmerized by shallow roads
    Flowing, I come back to scream
    I've seen this laser beam Writer/s: EDDIE JACKSON, SCOTT DOUGLAS ROCKENFIELD
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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