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Everyone Dies In Utah – Natural Order lyrics

[Verse 1]
I was born a mortal,
So go ahead and look down on me,
Down on me!
Maybe one day I’ll have everything,
And I will fit the perfect circle
You would want it to be.
Or maybe I won't change a bit,
And that will be just fine
Cause it will make you sick.

[Chorus]
Step back into reality,
This world is lost, a tragedy.
We’re lost, yeah, we’re lost,
But we’ll soon be found.
Waiting for the answers,
To come around.

[Verse 2]
Be a wolf,
Wolves never lose sleep,
From the opinions of sheep,
From the opinions of sheep!
You sit there with your eyes around my neck.
But one thing I will never get,
What makes you so damn perfect,
So damn perfect!

[Chorus]
Step back into reality,
This world is lost, a tragedy.
We’re lost, yeah, we’re lost,
But we’ll soon be found.
Waiting for the answers,
To come around.

[Outro]
To come around.
Show me the answer, show me the way,
Shed some light to end this pain.
Have we forgotten, have we forgotten.
What it means to be anyone you want,
Anyone, anyone that you want.
What it means to be human from the start,
We are human, we are human.



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