"So What About Freemdoom" as written by Brendan Lee Mead, Adrian Peter Finch, Jeffrey Griggs and Sean Rawls....
Just look into his eyes
And you can't believe
Everything that's happening to me
Just look into his heart
And you can't define
All the things that's happening this time

What about Freemdoom and Goon?
You're changing your tune
And everyone's out there just listening
Freemdoom and Goon
You're changing your tune
And everyone's out there just listening

I looked into my eyes
And start to regret
All my days since the day we met
I looked into my heart
I can barely believe
Myself so sad that's true you surely see

What about Freemdoom and Goon?
You're changing your tune
And everyone's out there just listening
Freemdoom and Goon
You're changing your tune
And everyone's out there just listening

Freemdoom
When our cities stopped me countin'
Freemdoom
And you always say the funniest things to me
But now what's happening
Freemdoom
When our cities stopped me countin'
Freemdoom
And you always say the funniest things to me
But now what's happening
I'll always be alone with Freemdoom

What about Freemdoom and Goon?
You're changing your tune
And everyone's out there just listening
Freemdoom and Goon
You're changing your tune
And everyone's out there just listening

Freemdoom
When our cities stopped me countin'
Freemdoom
And you always say the funniest things to me
But now what's happening
Freemdoom
When our cities stopped me countin'
Freemdoom
And you always say the funniest things to me
But now what's happening
I'll always be alone with Freemdoom


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"So What About Freemdoom" as written by Brendan Lee Mead Adrian Peter Finch

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