The History of Plastic Lyrics – The War on Drugs

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The History of Plastic Lyrics – The War on Drugs

I’ve been a fool, been amused
Been abused
By you
I’ve Been a slave to your hand

De-contained and rearranged
And then enslaved
All the same

Oo i been used
By you, babe

Oo i been hung by the feeling
I been treated with a curse
And i can’t take all the dreaming away from you, most

I had a dream
That you’ll see me through
But i lost that feeling
Yeah i lost that feeling
For you

I was amazed at all the things that had taken all my days up
I been amazed at all the things that i’ve been takin my days up with

But i don’t mind coming here
Looking for you to see me through again
Oh you put a curse on me babe
Yeah you put a curse on me babe

Yeah you put a curse on me babe

Been arranged and decontained
I’ve been enslaved just for your name, babe
Oh i been a fool for you

And every day that i’m awake i’m amazed by how i take up my days
Cus i’ve been a fighter for you
And i’ve been in love with you
But it could see me

Rising up from the hills
Rising up from the ocean
Rising up from the mountain
Rising up from the garden
Rising up from the fountain
Rising up from the hills
Rising up from the pavement

Albums

Future Weather –  2010

Slave Ambient – 2011

Lost in the Dream – 2014

A deeper Understanding – 2017

Spotify Singles – 2017

About The War on Drugs

The War On Drugs

The War on Drugs is an American rock band from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, formed in 2005. The band consists of Adam Granduciel, David Hartley, Robbie Bennett, Charlie Hall, John Natchez and Anthony LaMarca. Wikipedia.