Omen

Album: Invaders Must Die (2009)
Charted: 4
  • It's an Omen
    It's an Omen
    It's an Omen

    Now!
    The writing's on the wall
    It won't go away
    It's an Omen
    You just run on automation
    Now!
    The writing's on the wall
    It won't go away
    It's an Omen
    It's an Omen
    It's an Omen

    Now!
    The writing's on the wall
    It won't go away
    It's an Omen
    You just run on automation

    Now!
    Now!

    Now!
    The writing's on the wall
    It won't go away
    It's an Omen
    You just run on automation

    Now!
    The Writing's on the wall
    It won't go away
    It's an Omen
    It's an Omen
    It's an Omen

    Now!
    It's an Omen
    Now!

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    Now! Writer/s: Keith Palmer, Liam Paul Paris Howlett, Timothy John Hutton
    Publisher: Peermusic Publishing, BMG Rights Management, Universal Music Publishing Group
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