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On your markGet set let’s goYou got to move onBefore she explodesLook out the windowLookout belowBack away from the glassThere she blowsThe city’s been leveledHills are in flamesStreets cracked openAnd they’re pushin’ up clayTemperature’s droppedSky is greyAnd it ain’t even overHere comes drivin’ rainIt ain’t meThat you feelThere’s something movingAround in hereThat’s bloodThat’s tearsThis ain’t a warning...Everybody out of the waterUp on dry landTake what you canCause’ you won’t be here againEverybody out of the waterNow I’m treadin’ high waterTo get back to youBeen looking for a low spotOr something to cling toThere’s too many bodiesThere’s not enough roomGod help meAnd God help youThey say nobody panicHelp is on it’s wayWe’re already on itYou’ve got to be braveIf you can fix it nowThen don’t make us waitMan there ain’t nobody comingBack away from the gatesThat bellThat you hearThat’s hellRinging in your earsI fearThat my dearThis ain’t a warning…[chorus]Now I’m looking upAnd the shit keeps comingLike shooting ducksIn a barrel of honeyGot to learn how to prayLove won’t be enoughAdmit it nowYour information sucksAs I slipDown inI think of us someplaceHigh on a mountainSmoke clearsFog liftsLittle by littleWe rebuild againTill’ then…[chorus]



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