Wake from your sleep
The drying of your tears
Today, we escape, we escape

Pack and get dressed
Before your father hears us
Before all hell breaks loose

Breathe, keep breathing
Don't lose your nerve
Breathe, keep breathing
I can't do this alone

Sing us a song
A song to keep us warm
There's such a chill, such a chill

And you can laugh
A spineless laugh
We hope your rules and wisdom choke you
Now we are one in everlasting peace

We hope that you choke, that you choke
We hope that you choke, that you choke
We hope that you choke, that you choke

Lyrics submitted by piesupreme, edited by jvernon521, Radiohead123

Exit Music (For A Film) Lyrics as written by Edward John O'brien Colin Charles Greenwood

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    General CommentUnrelated to all the wonderful comments:

    This song plays in the final minutes of the final episode of HBO's 'Westworld' and is absolutely *perfect* !!!

    o/' wake / from your sleep / ... / today / we escape / we escape o/'

    Fits the theme of the show wonderfully, along with some other lines (before all hell breaks loose) and (we hope your rules and wisdom choke you) made it seem as if it were written for this specific occasion. If you haven't seen Westworld I'm not giving anything away and I hope you watch it if for no other reason than to see how perfectly they use this song (and it's a fantastic series) !!!
    grenon December 18, 2016   Link

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