Its like the worlds been stopped just for you
I'd Like a table set out for two
Creatures come and go and some stay a while
All that i said was that im going mad, guilty with fear
Put a bottle on the side of your finest wines dear

Almost like we've talked for to long (And thats worng?)
I feel in denial and i know you've sinned
I cant get up in the mornings cos my worlds... turned orange

Babys just a phrase we used cos were soft
I keep 5 boys of 10 in my loft
An animals been made today
shame im the one who runs away

Almost like we've talked for to long (And thats worng?)
I feel in denial and i know you've sinned
I cant get up in the mornings cos my worlds... turned orange

We want a revolution, we want a war and a happy sending
Someones heard a rumor that the world that the world is ending
Might as well be when weve lived full lives
Children screaming mummy cos we dont wanna die

Almost like we've talked for to long (And thats worng?)
I feel in denial and i know you've sinned
I cant get up in the mornings cos my worlds... turned orange

Hey mister, hey! whats that game?
Playing with hearts? might as well its the same
Somone crys as you turn round, good enuff to be an ancient sound
Seems like were all mad, seems like were all mad yeah

Almost like we've talked for to long (And thats worng?)
I feel in denial and i know you've sinned
I cant get up in the mornings cos my worlds... turned orange


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    about nuclear war and the threts and stupid pollititions and all that

    Boon July 13, 2002   Link

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