Lost Souls

Album: The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 (2014)
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  • C'mon, lost souls
    Souls, souls
    C'mon, lost souls
    It's you, and you
    And you, and you
    And you, and you
    And you, and you

    Why am I here? Who could I be?
    Could I be the hero? Could I be the villain?
    Trying to be productive, trying to make a living
    Inside this world, somehow I do
    Looking at the glass, ceiling reminiscing, pistol in my hand, hatred in my heart
    I'm sorry for, painting that view
    View of violence, into your subconscious, what the TV does too
    I mean who could you blame?
    I mean who could you blame?

    Trapped in the vine
    Feel left behind
    Moon walking for, what you losing your mind?
    You're losing your mind

    C'mon, lost souls
    Souls, souls, souls
    C'mon, lost souls
    It's you, and you
    And you, and you
    And you, and you
    And you, and you Writer/s: RAURY DESHAWN TULLIS
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Universal Music Publishing Group
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