Bleed It Dry

  • Oceans rise, summits fall
    Fading fast it won't be long
    Everything will be consumed, rendered lost
    At the hands of fools tomorrow's gone
    So say goodbye

    Bleed it dry, leave us here with nothing
    Justify all that you consume
    Bleed it dry, what is this becoming?
    All your lies serve no one but you

    Blood machines burn the skies
    Turning day into night
    Everything will fade to dust again, weak or strong
    So don't pretend you've done no wrong
    Cause you know that I'm right

    Bleed it dry, leave us here with nothing
    Justify all that you consume
    Bleed it dry, what is this becoming?
    All your lies serve no one but you

    One day you will see what you've done
    The world you chose to bleed will be dead and gone

    Bleed it dry, leave us here with nothing
    Justify all that you consume
    Bleed it dry, what is this becoming?
    All your lies serve no one but you

    Bleed it dry, leave us here with nothing
    Justify all that you consume
    Bleed it dry, what is this becoming?
    All your lies serve no one but youWriter/s: MARK TREMONTI, MYLES KENNEDY, SCOTT PHILLIPS
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