Everywhere I look around
And everywhere I see
Everyone's hysterical
A mass catastrophe

no future - there's no future
No time - there's no time

celebration, churches singing songs of doom
Running like headless chickens as they reproduce to the womb

no future - no future
No time - no time
No survivors...no, they're all gone

they keep on falling out,
Falling out right in to the dust
Falling out... have a good time while there's still time
Guns are glaring, skies are glaring
When it's all done
They'll be no one left
Sacrifice the world gonna make you a man
If that was in line with the master plan

no future - there's no future
No time - there's no time

unstable hands are ready to explode
The light turns red it's time to overload

no future - no future
No time - no time
No survivors... no, they're all dead

they keep on falling out,
Falling out,
Falling out of line and in to the dust
Falling out, time is turning to rust
Have a good time while there's still time
Guns are glaring, skies are glaring
When it's all done they'll be no one left,
No one
People dyin' mother's cryin'
Last word's smokin' no one's jokin'
Close your eyes and you'll be over
Blow yourself away

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Falling Out Lyrics as written by Kenneth Karlin Carsten Schack

Lyrics © BMG Rights Management, SPIRIT TWO SMA

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