Get Dark
by AFI

Album: The Missing Man (2018)
  • I am not the father, I am not the son
    Only a maker of useless things I've done, I've done
    I am not a mother of the morning sun
    I'm only a maker of useless things I've done, here's one

    Who do you think you are?
    Do you think you can?
    Get dark, get dark, get dark, get dark
    Who do you think you are?
    Do you think you can?
    Get dark, get dark, get dark, get dark

    [?] days
    You said you'd love me anyway
    Give back an emotion on the pocket change
    You said my love is like your faith, your faith, your faith, your faith

    Who do you think you are?
    Do you think you can?
    Get dark, get dark, get dark, get dark
    Who do you think you are?
    Do you think you can?
    Get dark, get dark, get dark, get dark

    Tell me who you think I am
    Tell me do you think you can
    Get dark, get dark, get dark, get dark
    Tell me who you think I am
    Tell me do you think you can
    Get dark, get dark, get dark, get

    Who do you think you are?
    Do you think you can?
    Get dark, get dark, get dark, get dark
    Who do you think you are?
    Do you think you can?
    Get dark, get dark, get dark, get dark
    Who do you think you are?
    Do you think you can?
    Get dark, get dark, get dark, get Writer/s: Adam A Carson, David Paden Marchand, Hunter Lawrence Burgan, Jade Errol Puget
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