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Nick Jonas And The Administration – Conspiracy Theory lyrics

Conspiracy theory
Better keep it down,
'Cause the walls are thin,
And the word is out, now!

Like It or Leave It
Don't make sound,
'Cause the walls are thin,
And the word is out, now!

Better that you didn't know
Better that they didn't show
Us Why

Why we need to live in fear,
Knowing that the threats are real
This time!

Conspiracy theory
Gonna make you shake.
Don't hit the brakes.
No time to waste, now!

Like it or leave it,
Better hit the road
'Cause the world as we know it
Gonna fade away, now!

Better that you didn't know
Better that they didn't show
Us Why

Probably need to live in fear,
Knowing that the threats are real
This time

Conspiracy theory!
Conspiracy theory!

Conspiracy theory
Better keep it down,
'Cause the walls are thin,
And the word is out, now!

Like It or Leave it
Don't'cha make sound,
'Cause the walls are thin,
And the word is out, now!

Better that you didn't know
Better that they didn't show
Probably need to live in fear,
Knowing that the threats are real
This time!



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