Conforming on a monday
Too often and too cold
But you aren't even listening
Because you are just

Too old to feel an earthquake
Or too cool to even care
But you aren't even listening
So why should I?

You are
A natural disaster
And I've wanted you too much
And now I'm gonna lose
I've wanted you too much
And now I've gotta choose

You're the cause of all this
And I'm sick of trying to please you
And you're gonna feel my emotions coming
Because you're the world

Like a broken damn you're empty
And all that's left are the sticks and stones
That were built by other people
And it really shows
But you aren't even listening
Because you are just

Too old to feel an earthquake
Or too cool to even care
But you aren't even listening
So why should I?

You are
A natuaral disaster
And I've wanted you too much
And now I'm gonna lose
I've wanted you too much
And now I've gotta choose

You're the cause of all this
And I'm sick of trying to please you
And you're gonna feel my emotions coming
Because you're the world


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    This song is called Nature 1.

    (Idiot)

    Wallamanageon August 01, 2005   Link
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    haha yeah it is hahahah i was like "wow a different muse song i havn't heard b4" then i read the first line an was like "i should have known" hahaha

    lankmccormackon November 09, 2005   Link
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    a fear of ..

    audiolizeron May 05, 2008   Link

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