Every other way
Nothing Fades away

Listen to the mission
I've telling the tradition
And I'm giving you permission
To be in my head

Listen to the mission
I've telling the tradition
And I'm giving you permission
To be in my head

Listen to the mission
I've telling the tradition
And I'm giving you permission
To be in my head

Listen to the mission
I've telling the tradition
And I'm giving you permission
To be in my head

Listen to the Mission
Listen to the mission (In my head)
Listen to the mission
Listen to the mission (In my head)

Everyday fades away
Everyday fades away

Listen to the mission
I've been telling the tradition
And I'm giving you permission
To be in my head

Listen to the mission
I've been telling the tradition
And I'm giving you permission
To be in my head

Listen to the mission
I've been telling the tradition
And I'm giving you permission
To be in my head

Listen to the mission (In my head)
Listen to the mission (In my head)
Listen to the mission (In my head)
Listen to the mission (In my head)

Every other way
Nothing fades away

Everyday fades away
Everyday fades away
Everyday fades away
Everyday fades away
Everyday fades away

In my head
In my head
In my head

Listen to the mission
Listen to the mission (In my head)
Listen to the mission
Listen to the mission (In my head)
(Every other way)
Listen to the mission
Listen to the mission (In my head)
(Nothing Fades away)
Listen to the mission
Listen to the mission (In my head)
Every other way
Nothing fades away


Lyrics submitted by TacticalElite

In My Head (for the film Matrix Revolutions) Lyrics as written by Reinhold E. Heil Tom Tykwer

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    Don't like listening to this at night shivers

    omgliekitzlaurylon October 25, 2004   Link
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    General Comment

    The best time to listen to this is at night, in complete darkness, excellent music for the Hell Club in Matrix Revolutions.

    TacticalEliteon November 02, 2004   Link

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