The Hype

Album: Trench (2018)
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  • Sometimes I feel cold, even paralyzed
    My interior world needs to sanitize
    I've got to step through or I'll dissipate
    I'll record my step through for my basement tapes

    Nice to know my kind will be on my side
    I don't believe the hype
    And you know you're a terrible sight
    But you'll be just fine
    Just don't believe the hype

    Yeah, they might be talking behind your head
    Your exterior world can step off instead
    It might take some friends and a warmer shirt
    But you don't get thick skin without getting burnt

    Nice to know my kind will be on my side
    I don't believe the hype
    And you know you're a terrible sight
    But you'll be just fine
    Just don't believe the hype

    No, I don't know which way I'm going
    But I can hear my way around
    No, I don't know which way I'm going
    But I can hear my way around
    No, I don't know which way I'm going
    But I can hear my way around
    No, I don't know which way I'm going
    But I can hear my way around
    But I can hear my way around

    Nice to know my kind will be on my side
    I don't believe the hype
    And you know you're a terrible sight
    But you'll be just fine
    Just don't believe the hype (don't believe the hype)
    Nice to know my kind will be on my side
    I don't believe the hype
    And you know you're a terrible sight
    But you'll be just fine
    Just don't believe the hype
    Nice to know my kind will be on my side
    I don't believe the hype
    And you know you're a terrible sight
    But you'll be just fine
    Just don't believe the hype Writer/s: Paul Meany, Tyler Joseph
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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