"Into Thin Air" as written by Adam L. Levy, Noah Levy, Trent Norton and Thomas Borscheid....
Behind shaky worship heaves a bitter moon
Mother wit and street smarts bloom
Things fall apart the center cannot hold
Women on rockets and the men all follow

There might not a file but they're keeping tabs on you
Oil on water and the turd in the Louvre
Turncoats smile and then they grieve
They dig your grave shallow so you can breathe

Into thin air
Into thin air
Into thin air
Into thin air

The yellow sun will someday smolder red
Cords and cables, steel and concrete lie useless and dead
No worms and blood, bones and hair
A paste less shell powders into thin air

Into thin air
Into thin air
Into thin air



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"Into Thin Air" as written by Noah Levy Adam L. Levy

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