Colours

Album: Invaders Must Die (2009)
  • Raise your fan up
    For the noise

    Wake the dogs up
    Call your voice

    Are you ready
    For the war

    Bring your colours
    To the flour

    [Repeat: x4]
    (I can see the look in your eyes)

    Show your colours
    With your colours
    To the flour [Repeat: x3]

    Wake yourself up
    Sirens on

    Cause we are fighting
    So eciting now it's on

    Are you ready
    For the war

    Show your colours
    With your colours
    To the flour

    (I can see the look in your eyes) [Repeat: x4]

    Show your colours
    With your colours
    To the flour [Repeat: x2]

    (I can see the look in your eyes) [Repeat: x5]

    Show your colour! [Repeat: x4]

    Show your colours
    With your colours
    To the flour [Repeat: x2] Writer/s: JOHN FREDERIK FORTIS, LIAM HOWLETT, IAN ALEC HARVEY DENCH, KEITH FLINT
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., BMG Rights Management, RESERVOIR MEDIA MANAGEMENT INC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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