Shinedown – A Symptom of Being Human Lyrics

A Symptom of Being Human Lyrics by Shinedown is a New English song from the album “Planet Zero” sung by popular rock band Shinedown. Lyrics of this song are written by Brent Smith and music also produced by Eric Bass.

A Symptom of Being Human Lyrics

I can still remember me and Miss November Rain
Beautiful and strange
Always so inclined, coloring outside the lines
Yeah, you were never on time

You’ve always been slightly awkward, kind of weird
Upside down and not all here
What’s wrong with me and you is crystal clear

Sometimes I’m in a room where I don’t belong
And the house is on fire and there’s no alarm
And the walls are melting too
How ’bout you?
I’ve never been the favorite, thought I’d seen it all
‘Til I got my invitation to the lunatic ball
And my friends are comin’ too
How ’bout you?
Don’t worry, it’s all just a symptom of being human

Unpack all your baggage, hide it in the attic, where
You hope it disappears
This all seems so familiar
But it doesn’t feel like home
It’s just another unknown

You’ve always been slightly awkward, kind of weird
Upside down and not all here
Right or wrong, it’s all so crystal clear

Sometimes I’m in a room where I don’t belong
And the house is on fire and there’s no alarm
And the walls are melting too
How ’bout you?
I’ve never been the favorite, thought I’d seen it all
‘Til I got my invitation to the lunatic ball
And my friends are comin’ too
How ’bout you?
Don’t worry, it’s all just a symptom of being human

We’re all just passin’ through
Passengers on a ship of fools
We’re all just passin’ through
Passengers on a ship of fools

Sometimes I’m in a room where I don’t belong
And the house is on fire and there’s no alarm
And the walls are melting too
How ’bout you?
I’ve never been the favorite, thought I’d seen it all
‘Til I got my invitation to the lunatic ball
And my friends are comin’ too
On a ship of fools
Don’t worry, it’s all just a symptom of being human

Song Details
Singer : Shinedown
Album : Planet Zero
Lyrics : Eric Bass, Brent Smith
Music : Eric Bass

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