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Some Kind Of Nothingness

This song is by Manic Street Preachers, features Ian McCulloch and appears on the album Postcards From A Young Man (2010).

The sky is falling in on you
Crushed any happiness you knew
That tree gave more to you than love
It's still there, but baby you're gone

Remember you, stretched out in the sun
All alone forever, conclusions forgone
Will you find some kind of nothingness?
Still and lonely, like an old school photograph

Laid yourself out under the stars
Some peace at least, so don't be sad
A fitting end to your end
But "baby, death's our only friend"

Remember you, stretched out in the sun
All alone forever, conclusions forgone
Will you find some kind of nothingness?
Still and lonely, like an old school photograph

Your future glory's all empty of thoughts
There's beauty doing nothing at all
It's what you wanted, it's what you got
Your final search for truth has stopped

There's beauty doing nothing at all
Never, never stop
Never, never, never stop
Never stop
Never stop
Never stop
Never

Remember you, stretched out in the sun
All alone forever, conclusions forgone
Will you find some kind of nothingness?
Still and lonely, like an old school photograph

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