Boiling Point

  • Boiling
    Boiling
    Boiling
    Boiling

    We all had dreams
    When we were young
    But now we're loaded
    Just like a gun
    We all had dreams
    When we were young
    But now we're loaded
    Just like a gun

    The world is near boiling point
    Seeing Theresa May who we didn't appoint
    Living for the sound of silent missiles
    That within one second can reach fifteen miles
    Something's wrong, can't you see?
    How can you let people on the street freeze?
    This is our so-called democracy
    Anti-homeless spite [?]

    We all had dreams
    When we were young
    But now we're loaded
    Just like a gun
    We all had dreams
    When we were young
    But now we're loaded
    Just like a gun

    Get your information from corrupt newspapers
    Live your life below the shiny skyscrapers
    Big corporations and gentrification
    Crashing the party with no invitation
    We know
    They don't
    [?]
    If you voted Brexit, please find the nearest exit

    We all had dreams
    When we were young
    But now we're loaded
    Just like a gun
    We all had dreams
    When we were young
    But now we're loaded
    Just like a gun

    Boiling
    Boiling
    Boiling
    Boiling, boiling
    Boiling
    Boiling
    Boiling

    We all had dreams
    When we were young
    But now we're loaded
    Just like a gun
    We all had dreams
    When we were young
    But now we're loaded
    Just like a gun

    We all had dreams
    When we were young
    But now we're loaded
    Just like a gun
    We all had dreams
    When we were young
    But now we're loaded
    Just like a gun

    Boiling
    Boiling
    BoilingWriter/s: JORDAN CARDY
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
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