Music Monday – Mad World (Station Earth Remix) by Manoeuvres

Hey everyone!

It’s time for another Music Monday! For this week’s song, Alex has chosen the song again, and he has chosen Mad World (Station Earth Remix) by Manoeuvres.

Music Monday was created by Drew over on The Tattooed Book Geek.


Mad World (Station Earth Remix) by Manoeuvres

Mad World was originally released as a single in 2014, and in the same year Manoeuvres released a Mad World Remix EP, which features the Station Earth remix.


Lyrics:

Several pens, escaped these words
But I guess it doesn’t matter, ’cause they’ll be heard
Anyway, someday, if I could just find a way to explain

Blank sheets of paper, avoiding lines
But I guess, I’ll confess when time is right
Little lies, that I’ve lived with every day

Ooh, ahahah… We’re living in a… mad, mad world
Ooh, ahahah… We’re living in a… mad, mad world

Hush little baby, now don’t you cry
We’ll cover up the lies with alibi’s
Big piles, so high, turning facts and regrets to denial

Erase all my traces and mum’s the word
Zip my lips shut, ’cause I prefer
The key away, I’m gonna take it to the grave now
Six feet under, wanna go down?

We’re living in a mad mad world
We’re living in a mad mad world
We’re living in a mad mad world
We’re living in a mad mad world

We’re living in a mad mad world
We’re living in a mad mad world
We’re living in a mad mad world
We’re living in a mad mad world

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