Mantra

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"Mantra" is a song by Dave Grohl, Josh Homme, and Trent Reznor. It was released on Sound City: Real To Reel in 2013, to accompany the documentary film Sound City.

Credits

  • Written by Dave Grohl, Josh Homme, and Trent Reznor.
  • Produced by Butch Vig

Appearances

Other

  • Sound City: Real To Reel

Versions

Mantra

This is the album version

Mantra (Instrumental)

This was the first released version via Rolling Stone

Lyrics

   A vision of you there
   Standing tall
   By the gate
   
   Everything is new
   Stare into
   What is not
   Yet
   
   As your bones grow
   And you feel the pain
   In exchange
   
   Experiences hang
   Run round your mind
   And collide
   
   Hang your toes
   Over the edge
   Cause you can
   
   You can switch your place
   Hide inside
   If you try
   
   You'll open up your eyes
   And realize
   How you fit
   In the wild
   
   A lion is a lion
   No apologies
   And a leash
   Is a leech
   
   In the corral
   You're safe and warm
   Pass it on to
   Every sheep
   
   Time and time again
   You stick yourself
   To accept
   Someone else
   
   Give up the wish
   Let go of the dream
   Barricade
   Fantasy
   
   Burn the dogma
   Let the fire
   Overtake
   The desire
   To define
   
   (I will find a way
   To keep this moment)
   What's raging
   (For myself I will find a way)
   Out of control
   Like a weed
   
   (I will find a way)
   Like a storm
   (To keep this moment for myself)
   Like a virus
   (I will find a way)
   Like an ocean
   Like a silence
   
   (I will find a way)
   An emotion
   (To keep this moment for myself)
   Like a darkness
   (I will find a way)
   Like a chance
   An idea
   (I will find a way)
   Like a hurt
   Like an outrage
   (To keep this moment for myself)
   Like a sunrise
   Like a monster
   (I will find a way)
   Like a monster
   Like a mantra
   Like a mantra
   
   (Nothing be the same)
   (Nothing be the same)
   (Nothing be the same)
   (Nothing)
   
   And all of this
   Will never be the same
   Again

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