A Day To Remember - Bad vibrations song lyrics

A Day To Remember lyrics
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Don't forget that this is a choice
Pick your poison, live with remorse
Don't forget that this is a choice
Pick your poison, live with remorse

I could burn a hole with my eyes that cuts straight through the skin
No more love, no more resolution
It's getting harder bearing the darkness within
I gotta let it out, I'm gonna let it...

I can feel your bad vibrations
All around me, all consuming
Corrupting all that I am

This pain is a sickness
Looming over me, and I can't escape it
Casting shadows that continue to shape
Who I am on any given day

It's like a fog surrounds me applying pressure within
Weighing me down, seeing in double vision
It hits so hard I stu-stu-stutter my speech
Ya go kinda cold inside dancing on thin ice

I can feel your bad vibrations
All around me, all consuming
Corrupting all that I am

This pain is a sickness
Looming over me, and I can't escape it
Casting shadows that continue to shape
Who I am on any given day

This pain is a sickness
Looming over me, and I can't escape it
Casting shadows that continue to shape
Who I am on any given day

Toxic
Toxic
Toxic

Toxic

This darkness, this darkness
Leaves me empty like I am the heartless
Toxic
Toxic within
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Bad vibrations lyrics

Bad vibrations album songs

1. Bad vibrations
2. Paranoia
3. Naivety
4. Exposed
5. Bullfight
6. Reassemble
7. Justified
8. We got this
9. Same about you
10. Turn off the radio
11. Forgive and forget
12. Negative space
13. In florida
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check here the lyrics for Bad vibrations, the 1th song of the 13 recorded for the album Bad vibrations, with a total running time of , by A Day To Remember. It was released on September 2, 2016 via ADTR, Epitaph, and produced by Bill Stevenson, Jason Livermor.