Faithless- Bombs

Bombs
We think we’re heroes
We think we’re kings
We plan all kinds of fabulous things
Oh look how great we have become

The key in the door
The moment I’ve been longing for
Before my bag hit the floor
My adorable children, rush up and squeeze me for a kiss,
and a story, they were a gift to this world
My only claim to glory
I surely never knew sweeter days
Blows my mind like munition
I’m amazed

So much heaven, so much hell
So much love, so much pain
So much more then I thought this world could ever contain
So much war, so much soul
One mans loss, one mans gold
So much more then I thought this world could ever hold

We’re just children, we’re just dust
We are small, and we are lost,
and we’re nothing
Nothing at all

One bomb, the whole block gone
Can’t find my children and dust covers the sun
Everywhere there’s always panic and confusion
but to some another fun day in Babylon
I’m going to bury my wife and dig up my gun
My life is done, so now I got to kill someone

So much heaven, so much hell
So much love, so much pain
So much more then I thought this world could ever contain
So much war, so much soul
One mans loss, one mans gold
So much more then I thought this world could ever hold

So much more then I thought this world could ever hold
So much more then I thought this world could ever hold

So much heaven, so much hell
So much love, so much pain
So much more then I thought this world could ever contain
So much more then I thought this world could ever hold
One man’s loss, one man’s gold
So much more then I thought this world could ever hold

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What a powerful song!

About JustOrdinary

Hello my name is Rachel…around here I’m best known as Just Ordinary. I created this blog page to share pieces of my life with you, the reader, also to share my projects, and writings. This blog page I have created is a collection of realty and fiction. Not everything I write pertains to me or my life.

Posted on Saturday, December 30, 2006, in Journal Pages, Poltiics, Religion. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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