We Are One

Album: The Only Easy Day Was Yesterday (2010)
  • We walk alone
    In the unknown
    We live to win another victory
    We are the young
    Dying sons
    We live to change the face of history, so be afraid
    It's the price we pay
    The only easy day was yesterday
    So hear our voice
    We have a choice
    It's time to face it

    We are one
    We are one
    We are one
    We will stand together
    Number one
    Number one
    The chosen ones
    We are one
    We are one
    We will fight forever
    We are one and we won't tire

    We are the bold
    United souls
    We live to win another victory
    Our sacred scars
    Show who we are
    And tell the story of our memories

    Don't be afraid
    It's the price we pay
    The only easy day was yesterday
    So hear our voice
    We have a choice
    It's time to face it

    We are one
    We are one
    We are one
    We will stand together
    Number one
    Number one
    The chosen ones
    We are one
    We are one
    We will fight forever
    We are one and we won't tire

    We walk alone
    In the unknown
    We live to win another victory
    Our sacred scars
    Show who we are
    It's time to face it
    Face it
    It's time to face it

    We are one
    We are one
    We are one
    We will stand together
    Number one
    Number one
    The chosen ones
    We are one
    We are one
    We will fight forever
    We are one and we won't tire

    We are one
    We are one
    Yeah
    Number one
    Number one
    And we won't tire

    We are one
    We are one
    Yeah
    Number one
    Number one
    And we won't tire Writer/s: Eric Scott Weaver, Justin Mark Rimer, Paul Mccoy, Skidd Mills
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., RESERVOIR MEDIA MANAGEMENT INC
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