Kingdom Of Doom

Album: The Good, The Bad and the Queen (2007)
Charted: 20
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  • Friday night in the kingdom of doom
    Ravens fly across the moon
    All in now there's a noise in the sky
    Following all the rules and not asking why

    And when the sunset world begins
    Turning into the night I see everything
    in black and white and then

    Drink all day 'cause the country is at war
    You'll be falling on the palace floor
    I can't be anymore than I say
    In the flood we all get washed away

    And when the sunset world begins
    Turning into the night I see everything
    in black and white and then

    A love song for the collaboration
    You and me will never be undone
    We'll let it flow away Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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