"Waiting For The Monster To Drown" as written by Nitin Sawhney and Samuel Lloyd Duckworth....
I just don't know what it was
And I don't know when it came
All albatross fighting like a buzz
Saw and calling my name

I just don't know what it was
And I don't know when it came
An albatross fighting like a buzz
Saw and calling my name

And we were waiting on the back foot
Waiting on the back foot
Waiting for the monster to drown
And we were waiting on the back foot
Waiting on the back foot
Waiting for the monster to drown

And we were waiting on the back foot
Waiting on the back foot
Waiting for the monster to drown
And we were waiting on the back foot
Waiting on the back foot
Waiting for the monster to drown

I don't know why I was scared
I've got the power of speech
And all the threats and the violence in the world
Couldn't make me impeach

I don't know why I was scared
I've got the power of speech
And all the threats and violence in the world
Couldn't make me impeach

And we were waiting on the back foot
Waiting on the back foot
Waiting for the monster to drown
And we were waiting on the back foot
Waiting on the back foot
Waiting for the monster to drown

And we were waiting on the back foot
Waiting on the back foot
Waiting for the monster to drown
And we were waiting on the back foot
Waiting on the back foot
Waiting for the monster to drown

And we were waiting on the back foot
Waiting on the back foot
Waiting for the monster to drown
And we were waiting on the back foot
Waiting on the back foot
Waiting for the monster to drown

And we were waiting on the back foot
Waiting on the back foot
Waiting for the monster to drown
And we were waiting on the back foot
Waiting on the back foot
Waiting for the monster to drown

Efface, efface, efface, efface

And we were waiting on the back foot
Waiting on the back foot
Waiting for the monster to drown
And we were waiting on the back foot
Waiting on the back foot
Waiting for the monster to drown

And we were waiting on the back foot
Waiting on the back foot
Waiting for the monster to drown
And we were waiting on the back foot
Waiting on the back foot
Waiting for the monster to drown



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"Waiting for the Monster to Drown" as written by Nitin Sawhney Samuel Lloyd Duckworth

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