"The Monument" as written by and Steve Nunnaro Chris Hughes....
Dear sir, please mind your head
There's a river of feet that don't know that you're dead
Streets of London just won't let you go
There's names on these walls that I'll never know
And I'll never know
Marble stones and a million names to go on about
(To pretend that you care)

Glorify the stone-covered steps
And the bright-coloured lives of the ones to forget
One million pixels to go on about
(To pretend that you care)

Won't you say it again? Say it in front of my eyes
Won't you say it again? Say you lived like this monument

(You will never amount to anything)

Won't you say it again? Say it in front of my eyes
Won't you say it again? Say you lived like this monument
(Monument) monument (never again)

You'll never know, never know, never know ever again
(Say it again, never again)
You'll never know, never know, never know ever again
(Say it again, never again)
You'll never know another monument ever again


Lyrics submitted by aristuma21

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