Fear Inoculum
by Tool

Album: Fear Inoculum (2019)
Charted: 93
  • Immunity
    Long overdue
    I exhale you
    I opened up to you
    Venom in mania

    Now, contagion
    I exhale you

    The deceiver says, he says
    You belong to me
    You don't wanna breathe the light of the others
    Fear the light
    Fear the breath
    Fear the others for eternity
    But I hear them now inhale the clarity
    Hear the venom, the venom in
    What you say inoculated

    Bless this immunity
    Bless this immunity
    Bless this immunity

    Exhale, expel
    Recast my tale
    Read my allegorical elegy

    All that I'm to do
    Calculating steps away from you
    My own
    Growing through
    Delusion from mania

    Exhale, expel
    Recast my tale
    Weave my allegorical elegy

    All control
    You poison
    You spectacle

    Exorcise the spectacle
    Exorcise the malady
    Exorcise the disparate
    Poison for eternity
    Purge me and evacuate
    The venom and the fear that binds me

    Unveil now
    Lift away
    I see you

    Chased away
    A long time
    ComingWriter/s: Daniel Carey, Justin Gunner Chancellor, Adam Jones, Maynard James Keenan
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
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