Incubus - Warning Lyrics

Incubus Morning View cover art
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Bat your eyes girl.
Be otherworldly.
Count your blessings.
Seduce a stranger.
What's so wrong with being happy?
Kudos to those who see through sickness yeah

Over and over and over and over

She woke in the morning.
She knew that her life had passed her by
She called out a warning.
Don't ever let life pass you by.

I suggest we
Learn to love ourselves,
Before its made illegal
When will we learn, When will we change
Just in time to see it all come down

Those left standing will make millions
Writing books on ways it should have been

She woke in the morning.
She knew that her life had passed her by
She called out a warning.
Don't ever let life pass you by.

Floating in this cosmic Jacuzzi
We are like frogs oblivious
To the water starting to boil,
No one flinches and we all float face down

She woke in the morning.
She knew that her life had passed her by
She called out a warning.
Don't ever let life pass you by.
Pass you by.
Track Listing
CD 1
  • 1 Nice to Know You
  • 2 Circles
  • 3 Wish You Were Here
  • 4 Just a Phase
  • 5 11am
  • 6 Blood on the Ground
  • 7 Mexico
  • 8 Warning
  • 9 Echo
  • 10 Have You Ever
  • 11 Are You In?
  • 12 Under My Umbrella
  • 13 Aqueous Transmission


  • Credits
    publisher: ©Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
    writers: Brandon Boyd, Brandon Charles Boyd, Michael Einziger, Michael Aaron Einziger, Alex Katunich, Christopher Kilmore, Jose Anthony Ii Pasillas, Jose Pasillas Ii
    album: Track 8 in album Morning View
    release date: 2001-10-22
    popularity : 582 users have visited this page.
    genres: Rock Non-Music
    styles: Alternative Rock/Indie Rock
    length: 4:41
    composer: Brandon Boyd, Mike Einziger, Chris Kilmore, José Pasillas, Alex Katunich
    lyricist: Brandon Boyd, Mike Einziger, Chris Kilmore, José Pasillas, Alex Katunich
    Album Information
    label: Epic
    country(area): United Kingdom
    format: CD
    barcode: 4893391076527
    script: Latin