Album: And Their Name Was Treason (2005)
  • You've sunk lower than I've ever seen,
    And even though you deserved this
    I tried to catch your fall
    I've grown so tired of your childish threats
    Know that I'll never run from anything

    And I'll burn the building if I knew you'd die
    And I'll pray you're a failure
    And that you won't make it out alive

    Here's where we prove all your fairy tales wrong
    This all stops tonight
    Swim in your sea of smoke until your lungs lose the fight
    It's over
    This all stops tonight
    Or prove me wrong

    What have you become trough your jealousy?
    You've threatened my life, my friends and family
    This is your last wrong turn in your life
    And this dead end leads to a blood bath
    Your blood bath

    You'll never stop us with your one-man army
    We would burn him alive
    You'll never stop us with your one-man army
    If you're such a man then bring the fight
    (We're paging 1958)
    We're all one and the same
    We're moving on, and living our dreams Writer/s: ALEXANDER THOMAS SHELNUTT, JEREMY WADE MCKINNON, JOSHUA STEVEN WOODARD, NEIL S WESTFALL, THOMAS H DENNEY
    Publisher: ANOTHER VICTORY, MOTHERSHIP MUSIC PUBLISHING
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