Somebody Stole My Eyes

Album: Hydrograd (2017)
  • Waiting for the end of the world, stop
    We know just what to do
    Sit in the back, ready to rat
    Fuck this, fuck that, and fuck you too
    Gods and monsters, what do you need?
    Can't wait to watch you bleed
    Putting on my blue suede shoes and dancing on your fucking grave

    Who said you'll feel me in the end
    Just then somebody stole my eyes again

    I am a rock and roll Han Solo
    The only one around
    I am a bastard and a scoundrel
    Shooting first and going down
    The anime arithmetic will show you what I mean
    Turning septicemic from the shit that's in between

    Repent, we haven't seen you since
    But then, it's upside down again
    I know it's only fluid, the devil made me do it
    But God could've stopped me

    I know it's only after midnight
    We've still got time to have a good fight
    So hit me back with all you can
    I know it's only what you wanted
    Love's so much better when you're hunted
    Somebody stole my eyes again
    Somebody stole my eyes

    Running around and about, nothing around and about
    Looking around, I can't see
    What in the world am I, how did I ever die
    Something I loved is now dead
    What is wrong with you?
    Coming to see you soon, I can hardly wait
    Murder another man
    Killer of Caliban, catatonic state

    I know it's only after midnight
    We've still got time to have a good fight
    So hit me back with all you can
    I know it's only what you wanted
    Love's so much better when you're hunted
    Somebody stole my eyes again
    Stole my eyes

    Rob me blind Writer/s: John Mark Carroll Bechtel, Christopher Anthony Martucci, Roy Maurice Mayorga, Joshua James Rand, Corey Taylor
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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