Between the Buried and Me Fossil Genera - A Feed From Cloud Mountain LyricsArtist: Between the Buried and Me
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Sweet candy populous
A worry free entrance into the world's history
Never think beyond their thoughts
The satellites have been trapped and Cloud Mountain will carry on the commands of our ancestors
Indeed we work from here
We have for centuries
Hearing every breath
Watching every disease
(You must accept this truth)
Below the satellites
The leaders are driving to the farthest retreat.
Sit back, relax, enjoy the ride
They have been speaking for years
Every night while you are asleep they have been discussing what the future holds for us all
The outer space takeover.
Worlds collide in a dreary pre-determined idea brought by our fellow night owls
Their stories have been mocked
Their ideas have been crushed
But after last night they control every idea we will think from here on out
A government overthrown
We have come to tell you all that we could have prepared for this
The night owl speaks overhead
The apocalypse (at least our apocalypse) will happen sooner than we think
If we don't read the journals our station has prepared for you all
We call ourselves the "night owls"
We've roamed the earth for years and kept your world afloat
We've made it so you stay comfortable in your precious homes
While you sleep,we discuss.
Discuss our future...
Our journals give detailed instructions on the machines and weapons we must build
These are weapons that none of you would even begin to think could harm the outside world...
Everything you know is false
Your first instinct is now your last.
Like I've said before
We have been discussing and planning this for decades
(Trust is essential)
We don't have time to explain everything,
But just know that everything will soon change.
Trust us and we will all be safe.
We are the new government.
Before the satellites
In simple times we must take control.
With simple skies we create
A simple land we must change...
A simple life we must break...
How fast we grow...
We must move on