Exposed

Album: Bad Vibrations (2016)
  • I won't accept your fear
    Another stagnant year
    I'm pro-American but anti-politician
    They'll trade you a voice
    For an illusion of choice
    Truth hits like a goddamn premonition

    Inroads to the hangman's noose
    We got a lot to lose
    Is this where you wanna be?
    Exhumed they're not through with you
    Until you're left exposed
    Is this who you wanna be?

    Take what's been given or have none
    The only claim of the workers in song
    Get back in line you've all been warned
    "We was beat when we was born"

    Inroads to the hangman's noose
    We got a lot to lose
    Is this where you wanna be?
    Exhumed they're not through with you
    Until you're left exposed
    Is this who you wanna be?
    Is this who you wanna be?
    Is this who you wanna be?

    Like a shark that's combing the surface
    We got a taste for blood
    Don't believe what the pacifist tells you
    No war, no peace

    Reign!

    Don't believe what the pacifist tells you
    No war, no peace Writer/s: JEREMY MCKINNON, CODY QUISTAD, NEIL WESTFALL, KEVIN SKAFF
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., BMG Rights Management
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