"Phobia" as written by Carl Mccoy, Tony Pettitt, Alexander James Wright, Paul Alexander Wright and Peter Yates....
He drains all of my life force
A body like a unicorn
Its a phobia
In this crowded room
The people just stare

Silver sun entering space,
I want to just pass around
It's now in my face
All my days am I human or worse
All my days, I'm turning over

All my days, I'm turning over

There's a land
The dead has captured
It's no less beautiful
It's a phobia
In this crowded room
The people just stare

Send my soul to lay in a patch of ground (To bleed apart your ground)
Send my soul to lay in a patch of ground
Send my soul to lay in a patch of ground

Ah...

All my days, I'm turning over

The last time around, Here we go
I should be in Heaven, But I don't go (I think it's glow)

All my days am I human or worse
All my days, I'm turning over

Send my soul to lay in a patch of ground
Send my soul to lay in a patch of ground
Send my soul to lay in a patch of ground


Lyrics submitted by Girgo

"Phobia" as written by Carl Mccoy Alexander James Wright

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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