Buried Alive

  • Free yourself that leash is long long long [x4]

    I dreamt
    I was buried alive

    I dreamt
    I was buried alive

    I dreamt
    I was buried alive

    I dreamt
    I was buried alive

    Prognostic figure of speech to manifesto
    Dr. Octagon move in the dark though
    Multiply darkness, I'm the bright artist
    Hologram image on the interface
    Manage the code to bury them alive
    Manage the code to bury them inside
    Show smoke from the smoke machine
    Lights on the top flash purple and green
    Purple and mean, rise with the vampires
    Look over skies from a high-rise
    Doc Oc operate by the clock
    Medicine bag come down by your block
    Raise the dead, hypnotize with your head
    Chemical react surgery to your head
    Eyeballs up all night turn red

    Free yourself that leash is long long long [x4]

    I was buried alive, I was buried alive, I was buried alive [x4]

    Turn red, turn red, turn red, turn red, turn red Writer/s: KEITH THORTON, BRIAN CHASE, KAREN ORZOLEK, NICHOLAS ZINNER, RUSSELL SIMINS
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, THE BICYCLE MUSIC COMPANY
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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