Ghost In The Machine
B.o.B
B.o.B Presents: The Adventures of Bobby Ray
Ghost In The Machine - B.o.B
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Tell me where am I supposed to go?
And who am I supposed to believe
If only you knew what I knew
Then you could see just what I see

So I grab my bags and go, as far away as I can go
'Cause everything ain't what I used to know
And I try to hide
But I just can't hide no more
There's nothing worse than feeling like a ghost

You say I look fine
If only you knew what was on my mind
You'd see a whole different side
I couldn't show you even if I tried
I must have got lost in time
When I found out I was only free to be
Wherever I wanna be

Some say I'm out of sight
How ironic and that we're all so blind
If you could open up your eyes
You could see what I couldn't describe
And then, you'd see the signs
And then your soul would be set free
And then you'd be released

So I grab my bags and go, as far away as I can go
'Cause everything ain't what I used to know
And I try to hide
But I just can't hide no more
There's nothing worse than feeling like a ghost

Tell me where am I supposed to go
And who am I supposed to believe
If only you knew what I knew
Then you could see (hey)

So I grab my bags and go, as far away as I can go
'Cause everything ain't what I used to know
And I try to hide
But I just can't hide no more
There's nothing worse than feeling like a ghost

And I'm terrified, like I've seen a U-F-O
'Cause everything ain't what I used to know (ain't what I used to know)
And I try to hide (I try to hide)
But I just can't hide no more, no no no
There's nothing worse than feeling like a ghost

(And I'm so tired of hiding
I've been running, I've been trying, to get away, to get away)

So I grab my bags and go, as far away as I can go
'Cause everything ain't what I used to know
And I try to hide
But I just can't hide no more
There's nothing worse than feeling like a ghost

Written by Bobby Ray Jr. Simmons • Copyright © Universal Music Publishing Group