Convinced of the Hex

Album: Embryonic (2009)
  • She submits and she donates
    She gets out of her head
    And she talks to the ceiling
    You can hear what she said

    She said
    That's the difference between us
    That's the difference between us
    That's the difference between us
    You see, that's the difference between us

    She said I like your theory
    But it won't pass no tests
    Watch the watcher
    Get shot in the chest

    That's the difference between us
    That's the difference between us
    That's the difference between us
    You see, that's the difference between us

    She said (can't understand) of some system
    That controls and effects
    I believe in nothing
    And your convinced of the hex
    I believe in nothing
    And your convinced of the hex

    That's the difference between us
    That's the difference between us
    That's the difference between us
    You see, that's the difference between us Writer/s: WAYNE COYNE, STEVEN DROZD, MICHAEL IVINS
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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