They'll say, no one can see us
That we're estranged and all alone
They believe nothing can reach us
And pull us out of the boundless gloom

They're wrong
They're wrong
They're wrong
Yeah, baby, they're wrong
They're wrong
They're wrong

They'll say the sun is dying
And the fragile can't be saved
And the cold, it will devour us
And we won't rise up and slay giants

They're wrong
They're wrong
They're wrong
Yeah, baby, they're wrong
They're wrong
They're wrong

It takes a leap of faith
To awake from these delusions
You are the coder and avatar
A star

They'll say, no one will find us
That we're estranged and all alone
They believe nothing can reach us
And pull us out of the boundless gloom

They're wrong
They're wrong
They're wrong
Babe, they're wrong
They're wrong
They're wrong


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"The Void" as written by Matthew James Bellamy

Lyrics © Warner Chappell Music, Inc.

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    Song MeaningLead vocalist 'Matt Bellamy' had the idea of being lost, when you are tethered to a space station & get snipped off and floating off into space and seeing how the planet is disappearing. He composed The Void after watching some movies with the bands record producer 'Rich Costey'. Costey has a projector and they had some sci-fi films from the 80s playing in the studio & Matt liked the synths very ominous and slightly threatening sound from films by 'John Carpenter' for example, which in turn inspired him to compose the song.
    EternalTearsOfSorrowon November 21, 2018   Link
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    General CommentMuch prefer the acoustic version tbh
    kelbelson May 07, 2019   Link

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