Climbing up the walls lyrics Philip Selway / Jonathan Richard Guy Greenwood / Colin Charles Greenwood / Edward John O’Brien / Thomas Yorke / Philip James Selway / Thomas Edward Yorke

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I am the key to the lock in your house
That keeps your toys in the basement
And if you get too far inside
You’ll only see my reflection
It’s always best when the light is off
I am the pick in the ice
Do not cry out or hit the alarm
You know we’re friends till we die
And either way you turn
I’ll be there
Open up your skull
I’ll be there
Climbing up the walls
It’s always best when the light is off
It’s always better on the outside
Fifteen blows to the back of your head
Fifteen blows to your mind
So lock the kids up safe tonight
Shut the eyes in the cupboard
I’ve got the smell of a local man
Who’s got the loneliest feeling
That either way he turns
I’ll be there
Open up your skull
I’ll be there
Climbing up the walls
Climbing up the walls
Climbing up the walls
Songwriters: Philip Selway / Jonathan Richard Guy Greenwood / Colin Charles Greenwood / Edward John O’Brien / Thomas Yorke / Philip James Selway / Thomas Edward Yorke

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