All In White

Album: What Did You Expect From The Vaccines? (2011)
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  • Break me on the thirty-seventh hour
    Tout me, doubt me, show me all of your power
    I will watch you rise on my back from the ground
    Friend or foe? I don't know, do you like what you've found?

    Because I will one day shine with you
    I'll shine on a faithful few
    Ah
    Ah

    Oh, show me low quotations
    Have you earned your stripes?
    Fabricate salvation
    Lord, I know your type
    I've known you all my life
    I was always wrong, you all in white

    Brush my cause aside with little trouble
    Oh my God, I think I'm hearing double
    I will watch you rise on my back from afar
    Friend or foe? I don't know, now you're up in the stars

    But I will one day shine with you
    I'll shine on a faithful few
    Ah
    Ah

    Oh, show me low quotations
    Have you earned your stripes?
    Fabricate salvation
    Lord, I know your type
    I've known you all my life
    I was always wrong, you all in white

    Oh, show me low quotations
    Have you earned your stripes?
    Fabricate salvation
    Lord, I know your type
    I've known you all my life
    I was always wrong, you all in white

    Oh, show me low quotations
    Have you earned your stripes?
    Fabricate salvation
    Lord, I know your type
    I've known you all my life
    I was always wrong, you all in white Writer/s: Arni Hjorvar Arnason, Freddie Clayton Cowan, Justin James Hayward-Young, Peter Gareth Christopher Robertson
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Universal Music Publishing Group
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