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Concrete - Single

Crystal Castles

2016

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Concrete - Single

Crystal Castles

Released: 06/07/2016

Genre: Electronic

℗ 2016 Fiction Records Ltd.



  • Concrete

1 song, total time, 0 Byte

Song lyrics

[Verse 1]
Straighten out your pleat
Demands have been besieged
Safe passage for the meek
Refusal to accede
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Concrete

Crystal Castles


[Verse 1]
Straighten out your pleat
Demands have been besieged
Safe passage for the meek
Refusal to accede

[Pre-Chorus]
Deny the preconceived
For the preordained
We no longer grieve
For nothing is concrete

[Chorus]
Laid on the sleet
Laid with the reeds
Lay the concrete

[Verse 2]
Continue the deceit
Pull them by their teeth
The excess is contained
Extracted from the maimed

[Pre-Chorus]
Deny the preconceived
For the preordained
We no longer grieve
For nothing is concrete

[Chorus]
Laid on the sleet
Laid with the reeds
Lay the concrete
Laid on the sleet
Laid with the reeds
Lay the concrete

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"Concrete" Track Info



“Concrete“ is the ninth song on Crystal Castles' album “Amnesty (I)“. Along with “Enth“ and “Fleece“, it is one of the three songs written by their new vocalist Edith Frances.