Atoms For Peace

Album: The Eraser (2006)
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  • No more going to the dark side with your flying saucer eyes
    No more falling down a wormhole that I have to pull you out

    The wriggling twiggling warmer side
    Devours from the inside out
    No more talk about the old days
    It's time for something great

    I want you to get out
    And make it work

    So many lies
    So many lies
    So many lies
    So feel the love come off of them
    And take me in your arms

    Peel all of your layers off
    I want to eat your artichoke heart.

    No more leaky holes in your brain
    And no more false starts

    I wanna get out
    And make it work

    So many lies
    So many lies
    So many lies
    So feel the love come off of them
    And take me in your arms

    I wanna get out
    And make it work

    I want you to get out
    And make it work

    I'll be ok

    So many lies
    So many lies
    So many lies
    So feel the love come off of them
    And take me in your arms Writer/s: Thomas Edward Yorke
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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