Culling Voices
by Tool

Album: Fear Inoculum (2019)
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  • Disembodied voices deepen my
    Suspicious tendencies
    Conversations we've never had
    Imagined interplay
    Psychopathy
    Don't you dare point that at me

    Heated altercations we've never had
    so I'm told
    Yet guided by them all
    Every single one

    Psychopathy
    Misleading me over and over and over

    Judge, condemn, and banish any and everyone
    Without evidence
    Only the whispers from within

    Psychopathy
    Misleading me over and over
    Psychopathy
    Misleading me over and over and over

    (Imaginal interplay)
    (Imaginal interplay)
    (Imaginal interplay)
    Don't you dare point that at me
    Don't you dare point that at me

    (Don't you dare point that at me)
    Don't you dare point that at

    (Don't you dare point that at me)
    Don't you dare
    Don't you dare
    Don't you dare point that
    Don't you dare
    Don't you dare
    Don't you dare point that at Writer/s: Adam Jones, Daniel Carey, Justin Chancellor, Maynard Keenan
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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