"Loudest Alarm" as written by and Daniel Bemrose....
put me in your magazine
I'll lie about the things I take
put me in your magazine
and I'll swear I'm straight

I dont need to know of your thoughts of war
so tell me kelly what do you take me for?
I'm glad I never turned to you
I'm glad I never turned to you
You hold me back

well you must be living with a four leaf clover
the number 7 running all the way through you
and as I wait to feel another day older
I will be praying, praying for a chance to prove

put me in your magazine and I wont look back

put me on a pedestal, dress me in a cloak and crown
put me on a pedestal and I'll slay this town
I dont need to know of your thoughts on war
so tell me kelly what do you take me for
I'm glad I never turned to you
I'm glad I never turned to you
You hold me back

well you must be living with a four leaf clover
the number 7 running all the way through you
and as I wait to feel another day older
I will be praying, praying for a chance to prove [x2]

put me on a pedestal
and I won't look back

can you head the loudest alarm

I wont lose sleep if the bomb drops here
the shell will take you too
i know youll see better fake with fear
so i'd rather be awake without you

can you hear the loudest alarm?


Lyrics submitted by screamingchoirs, edited by ScrapperTBP

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    General CommentI love this song so much, but I have absolutely no idea what it's about.
    TheSkyIsPurpleon December 12, 2011   Link
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    General CommentI think this song is about celebrity culture. The fact that people will sacrifice their believes and change who they are just to be put on a pedestal.
    This is the loudest alarm. Our culture shouldn't be this way. It is wake up call.
    ScrapperTBPon March 21, 2014   Link

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