The Signal And The Noise

Album: Walk Between Worlds (2018)
  • Take off those headphones and let this world pour into you
    Throw off those glasses and then you'll start seeing
    Forget those battles, those ones that mean nothing to you
    Know you're alive and just smile, you'll start hearing

    Somewhere out beneath the heavens and the atmosphere
    Somewhere out among the silence there's a voice
    There's a feeling that takes over and it has no fear
    When you're caught between the signal and the noise

    Shout out the names of everyone that feels most dear to you
    Praise to the moon and the sun and you'll start feeling
    Shut out those ghosts with their talk is far too negative
    Make love your armor and smile and you'll start hearing

    Somewhere out beneath the heavens and the atmosphere
    Somewhere out among the silence there's a voice
    There's a feeling it takes over and it has no fear
    When you're caught between the signal and the noise
    And the noise
    And the noise

    And the noise
    And the noise

    Somewhere out beneath the heavens and the atmosphere
    Somewhere out among the silence there's a voice
    There's a feeling it takes over and it has no fear
    When you're caught between the signal and the noise
    You're just caught between the signal and the noise Writer/s: Charles Burchill, James Kerr, Michael Joseph Mac Neil
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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