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The Unspeakable Scene Lyrics

from Bird Of Tokyo

"The Unspeakable Scene" is track #9 on the album Bird Of Tokyo. It was written by Anthony John Jackson, Adam Peter Weston, Ian Lewis Kenny, Adam John Spark.
"The Unspeakable Scene" is track #9 on the album Bird Of Tokyo. It was written by Anthony John Jackson, Adam Peter Weston, Ian Lewis Kenny, Adam John Spark.

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Just when you think that you're warm
You're getting colder
Just when you think that you're fine
Soon the unspeakable scene will unfold

Would you want to do it all again
If you could have just one chance to change
Every little thing that could have been
As beautiful and so real? You'll never know

You're bent out of shape, flat out of luck
You try to bury this load, dig, brother, dig
A little deeper, strike a nerve
And leave a scar so you won't forget

Just when you think that you're warm
You're getting colder
Just when you think that you're fine
Soon the unspeakable scene will unfold

Hey, speak up
Oh, let me hear what you harbor, please don't lie
I will be fair to your soulless, pale, dead eyes
Wait, what did you say? Did you just call for help?

Just when you think that you've won
You'll soon be the loser
How did you think this would end up?
Stupid and foolish

Just when you think that you're okay
You start hearing voices
Just when you think that you're fine
Soon the unspeakable scene will unfold

Songwriters
ANTHONY JOHN JACKSON, ADAM PETER WESTON, IAN LEWIS KENNY, ADAM JOHN SPARK

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