Critical

  • If the time, Is near
    Then fine, I've been waitin' patiently for years
    Fought lines, in my mind
    I'm more unstable than I fear

    And I don't know
    Just take my hand
    It's time to go

    So just enjoy your blue moon
    It'll be over soon
    So we might as well have some fun (right)

    It's getting Critical
    Takes a minute for it set in
    I'm unpredictable
    And I'm dyin' just tryin' to feel alive again

    If the time is near
    Don't cry, look me in the eyes and dry your tears
    Have a seat, right here
    While Los Angeles disappears

    And I don't know
    Just take my hand
    It's time to go

    So just enjoy your blue moon
    If we're gonna die soon
    And we might as well have some fun (right)

    It's getting Critical
    Takes a minute for it set in
    I'm unpredictable
    And I'm dyin' just tryin' to feel alive again

    It's getting Critical
    Takes a minute for it set in
    I'm unpredictable
    And I'm dyin' just tryin' to feel alive again


    The clouds surround us, The light leaves us alone
    And the sky falls in your hand
    Embrace the moment, cuz now we're headin' home
    It couldn't be a sweeter end

    It's getting Critical
    Takes a minute for it set in
    I'm unpredictable
    And I'm dyin' just tryin' to feel alive again

    The clouds surround us, The light leaves us alone
    And the sky falls in your hand
    Embrace the moment, cuz now we're headin' home
    It couldn't be a sweeter endWriter/s: ANDREWS CORREA, TRAVIS L. MCCOY
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
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