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Oblivion Dust – Which Half Do You Own? lyrics

Sweaty little eyeballs that see me
Don't really see that much
Half of me is paid for and sold out
But the other half still belongs to me
(Or at least I think it does)

What is it you see?
What is it you see?
Now warm me down
Now warm me down

Another day
I'm like an animal
Caged in your zoo
For everybody to see
Won't let me be
Won't let me walk around
Won't let me keep
My own identity

I have my little disease I said it's nice and free and just for me
I have my little disease I said it's nice and free makes me complete

What is it you see?
What is it you see?
What is it you see?
Now warm me down
Now warm me down

Yeah I've been locked in my hotel room
Yeah I've been blocked out of my own world
What is it...
What is it you see?

I have my little disease I said it's nice and free and just for me
I have my little disease I said it's nice and free and just for me
I have my little disease I said it's nice and free and just for me
I have my little disease I said it's nice and free and just for me

I am my own animal
I am my own animal



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