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Doom Days
Bastille Lyrics


We have lyrics for these tracks by Bastille:

Axe To Grind Long lost opinions, all the words you can't redeem Don't com…
bad We were young and drinking in the park There was nowhere…
bad_news Bad news like a sucker punch, what do you say? Air…
Bastille You don’t have to look any further I’ve been waiting here…
Daniel in the Den Moving along in a pace unknown to man Go go go…
Durban Skies All that I've got to be thankful for All that I've…
Fake it And I don't think that that's a selfish want, I…
Flaws When all of your flaws and all of my flaws Are…
Four Walls These four walls to keep you One floor to sleep upon…
Get Home How am I gonna get myself back home? Ay-ay, ay-ay, ay-ay How…
Glory Deep in a corner of the night We were lying in…
Good Grief "So, what would you little maniacs like to do first?" Watch…
Hangin Hindsight's a wonderful thing When we're all experts who pr…
Happier Lately, I've been, I've been thinking I want you to be…
Haunt We'll make our agreements, About when to meet, And I'll leav…
Icarus Look who's digging their own grave That is what they all…
Laughter Lines You took me to your favourite place on Earth To see…
Laura Palmer Walking out into the dark Cutting out a different path Led b…
Locked Out of Heaven Yeah, yeah, yeah Never had much faith in love or miracles N…
No Angels Well I run the office And I tend the cabins and…
Oblivion When you fall asleep With your head Upon my shoulder When yo…
Of the Night I can feel your eyes in the back of my…
Overjoyed Oh I feel overjoyed When you listen to my words I see…
Overload Strange fear I ain't felt for years My boy's comin' and…
Poet Obsession it takes control, Obsession it eats me whole. I ca…
Pompeii I was left to my own devices Many days fell away…
Previously On Other People Previously on other people's heartache... What would you do…
Previously on Other People's Heartache... Previously (on other people's heartache) What would you do?…
Quarter Past Midnight It's a quarter past midnight As we cut through the city Yeah…
Remains I came here for sanctuary, away from the winds and…
Requiem for Blue Jeans Blue jeans, White shirt Walked into the room you know you…
Send Them Off! It was a slight on my honor, so he deserved…
Skulls I came here for sanctuary Away from the winds and the…
Sleepsong Don't talk to strangers. Oh, in the strangest dreams, walki…
The Currents Roll up another cigarette Using the minute that it takes To …
The Draw In my left hand there is the familiar In my right…
The Driver Shout out from the bottom of my lungs A plague on…
The Silence Tell me a piece of your history That you're proud to…
These Streets These streets are yours, you can keep them I don't want…
Things We Lost in the Fire Things we lost to the flame Things we'll never see again All…
Torn Apart I could only be myself with you around Oh, with you…
Tuning Out... Oh holy night, the stars are brightly shining. It is the…
Warmth Never good just the bad and the ugly Laid infront of…
Weapon [Angel Haze] This is vocal detection Front line open intelle…
Weight of Living There's an albatross around your neck, All the things you'v…
Weight of Living Pt. I There's an albatross around your neck, All the things you've…
Weight of Living Pt. II The weight of living The weight of living The weight of livi…
What Would You Do Boys and girls, wanna hear a true story? Saturday night was…
World Gone Mad So this is where we are It's not where we had…

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Most interesting comment from YouTube:

Rachel Giorgino

"The final days of Rome" is an interesting reference because Rome actually fell for a veriety if reasons, one being corrupt leaders in positions of almost absolute power and riches.

Slaves (not so much like slaves in the Americas but moreso akin to minorities and the poor working class in the U.S. now, mixed in ethinicities as well), were unhappy with their conditions, unable to gain freedom until the age of 30 and only if permitted, and rarely got new clothes. They were often tortured, nistreated, and blamed for crimes, victims of the psycopathic ruling elite. Eventually, and justifiably, they got fed up with Rome's obvious greed and ever expanding military, often forcing many slaves into pretty dangerous war situations.

Spartacus led a revolution, and when he was killed, it did not end until Rome had recived a significant dent in it's socioeconomic structure.

This combined with many decades of reduced public spending to pump into Rome's war machine left the social net with too manh holes, and the infrastructure, including Rome's famous roads, old and crumbling.

It did not take long before foreign powers took control and reorganized after that.

Italy has a very rich culture!



All comments from YouTube:

Julia Sienkiewicz

This song turned out to be far more prophetic than reflective.

David Hodson

@Andrea A why are you quoting that line specifically

Andrea A

“Final days of Rome”.

Tripple Talk

It's called predictive programming.. these artist don't do this stuff by accident

Arnav Ramamoorthy

@Lily West Finally 😂

Lily West

"we're gonna choose the blue pill" damn really fucking is

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Anna Hill

Man this song hits different these past few weeks.

LittleClips

2021 starts to feel a lot like 2020

Chris RJ

still does

Sara Mayer

months...

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