"X-Rays" as written by Benjamin Joseph Ottewell, Ian Thomas Ball, Paul Blackburn, Oliver James Peacock and Thomas William Gray....
All the times we float through
The air we breathe in
Keep on places we've got to share
Get to see them

You didn't turn it on
But you can't turn it off
I know you didn't turn it on
But you can't turn it off

All the information
Competing for the memory
Perfect situation
Consuming all the energy

We didn't turn it on
But we can't turn it off
I know we didn't turn it on
But we can't turn it off

Can we rediscover what we had?
Oh, I never felt it dissolving
And it's nothing like what we used to have
Oh, we never saw it fading away, being human

It's time to figure out what went wrong
And seal the distance too far across
We should just start crossing it
The distance doesn't exist

It's time to let go of what we lost
A heavy elixir
Felt it slip through my fingers
As I raised my hands to my face

It's time we made our final stop
And look for the air that is yet to be touched
By any other human being
Being human

You can't turn it off
I know you didn't turn it on
But you can't turn it off


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"X-Rays" as written by Ian Thomas Ball Benjamin Joseph Ottewell

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