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Angels & Airwaves – The Machine lyrics

[Remake Of "Start The Machine"]

The ash set in and blew away
It's getting lost into the sea
I grew so close to all the thoughts I had to leave forever,
I left the chill and voice the screams in kids and ran for shelter.

You know I won't say sorry
Do you know I won't say sorry?
The pain has a bad reaction
A blend of fear and passion
Do you know what it's like to believe?
It makes me wanna scream.

I see a glow from far away
A faint reflection on the sea
I left some words quite far from here to be a short reminder
I laid them out in stone in case they need to last forever.

You know I won't say sorry
Do you know I won't say sorry?
The pain has a bad reaction
A blend of fear and passion
Do you know what it's like to believe?
It makes me wanna scream.


You know what it's like to believe...
It makes me wanna scream.



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