Hollow Man

Album: Accelerate (2008)
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  • I've been lost inside my head
    Echoes fall on me
    I took the priceless night for complicated mess
    Persuading things I didn't mean and don't believe

    [Chorus]
    Believe in me
    Believe in nothing
    Corner me
    And make me something
    I've become the hollow man, I
    I've become the hollow man I see

    Oh, I see this echoing
    You have placed your trust in me
    I went upside down
    I emptied up the room
    Thirty seconds left
    I can't believe you held your ground

    [Chorus]

    I'm overwhelmed
    I'm on repeat
    I'm emptied out
    I'm incomplete
    You trusted me
    I want to show you
    I don't want to be the hollow man

    [Chorus]

    I see Writer/s: MICHAEL STIPE, MIKE MILLS, PETER BUCK
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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