Disconnect

Album: Wolves Within (2013)
  • The sway of distance
    A suffering march
    Lives tremble on and on
    We usher burdens that see us through
    Blinding light emanates guiding me from within

    For I am just part of who I was back then
    Where we were, when this all began
    Inside this vision I am no longer in control of my own life
    Sickened by surroundings, occupied and weak
    Tangled and desperate I expand

    I am paper thin, lines etched and carved from misery
    Somebody help me please, because I can never leave this place

    I am afraid of becoming you
    I'll deconstruct my self
    For I am just a part of who I was
    Where we were, when this all began

    Something inside me, I cannot fix
    So we begin again

    So send me to my grave

    Lives tremble on and on

    But we are just a perception of a common theme
    We are something more
    I pretend I am better
    I disconnect
    Searching and believing
    That we are something more
    I pretend I am better
    I disconnect Writer/s: Justin Lowe, Dan Carle, Anthony Notarmaso, Lee Floral, Trent Hafdahl
    Publisher: TIGRIS MUSIC - REF
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