Two Door Cinema Club – Ordinary

Six hours and I feel the sameBlack powder and acid rainWhat’s a girl to do?Be as sweet as youI have to goYou said you’re drunk, I said I knowYou said you think I’m gonna want you drive homeI’ve made a listI think you owe me thisWhat do you know?If you close your eyes and listen to what’s right outside your doorYou won’t be giving inGo ahead, just cover it upLet’s pretend we’re ordinaryWe could be in heavenBut it’s never enoughIt’s mineIf the world’s so mysteriousHow can we be ordinary?Everything is easyEverybody is stuckAnd that’s fineCracked mirror brings seven yearsBut your luck never disappearsYou’ll be historyIf future disagreesTake me homeWhat do you want?What do you need?It is hard to separate the goodness and the greedWhen the walls cave inWe share our ripped skinAnd then we brawlIf you close your mind to what’s happening right outside your doorYou’re only giving inGo ahead, just cover it upLet’s pretend we are ordinaryWe could be in heavenBut it’s never enoughIt’s mineHow far? How long?Till this road’s overgrownWhat now? Be strongThere must be something going onSomebody has to know, somebody has to knowNobody wants to knowThey got it allGo ahead, just cover it upLet’s pretend we’re ordinaryWe could be in heavenBut it’s never enoughIt’s mineIf the world’s so mysteriousHow can we be ordinary?Everything is easyEverybody is stuckAnd that’s fine