"The Small Print" as written by and Matthew James Bellamy....
Take, take all you need
And I'll compensate your greed
With broken hearts
Sell I'll sell your memories
For fifteen pounds per year
But just the good days

Say, It'll make you insane
And it's bending the truth
You're to blame
For all the life that you'll lose and
You watch this space
And I'm going all the way
And be my slave to the grave
I'm a priest god never paid

Hope, I hope you've seen the light
'Cause no one really cares
They're just pretending
Sell, I'll sell your memories, for fifteen pounds per year
But you can keep the bad days

Say, it'll make you insane
And I'm bending the truth
You're to blame
For all the life that you'll lose
And you watch this space
And I'm going all the way
And be my slave to the grave
I'm the priest god never paid

Say, it'll make you insane
And I'm bending the truth
You're to blame
For all the life that you'll lose
And you watch this space
And I'm going all the way
And be my slave to the grave
I'm the priest god never paid


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"The Small Print" as written by Matthew James Bellamy

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    General CommentOne of my favorite Muse songs, really love it!
    Hoilaajaon October 15, 2015   Link
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    General Commentmaybe about keeping quiet and not stopping the devil for your own benefit?
    like u just "watch the space" and let it "go all the way" and feel guilty about it "to the grave".
    cool song btw
    mapofyourbedon November 22, 2017   Link

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