Metalingus

Album: One Day Remains (2004)
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  • I've been defeated and brought down
    Dropped to my knees when hope ran out
    The time has come to change my ways

    On this day I see clearly everything has come to life
    A bitter place and a broken dream
    And we'll leave it all, leave it all behind

    I'll never long for what might have been
    And now regret won't waste my life again
    I won't look back
    I'll fight to remain

    On this day I see clearly everything has come to life
    A bitter place and a broken dream
    And we'll leave it all behind

    On this day it's so real to me
    Everything has come to life
    Another chance to chase a dream
    Another chance to feel
    Chance to feel alive

    Fear will kill me, all I could be
    Lift these sorrows
    Let me breathe, could you set me free
    Could you set me free

    On this day I see clearly everything has come to life
    A bitter place and a broken dream
    And we'll leave it all behind
    On this day it's so real to me
    Everything has come to life
    Another chance to chase a dream
    Another chance to feel
    Chance to feel alive Writer/s: BRIAN MARSHALL, MARK TREMONTI, MYLES KENNEDY, THOMAS SCOTT PHILLIPS
    Publisher: RESERVOIR MEDIA MANAGEMENT INC
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