Shed My Skin

Album: One Day Remains (2004)
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  • I am not alone
    I live with the memories regret is my home
    This is my true freedom
    Express all the feelings of what I've become
    I watch the rising sun
    I hope I find some peace today

    It seems I've gone away
    It seems I've lost myself
    It seems really lost my way
    It seems I've lost myself
    It seems I've
    Shed my skin

    Are you ready for me
    Or purge my love
    Are you ready for me
    A bitter sinking feeling

    Awake to the fact there's no going back
    To the worlk in which I was living
    I'm searching for something but found less than nothing
    I watch the rising sun
    I hope I find some peace today

    It seems I've gone away
    It seems I've lost myself
    It seems really lost my way
    It seems I've lost myself
    It seems I've
    Shed my skin

    Are you ready for me
    Or purge my love
    Are you ready for me
    Oh 'cause I'm dying to feel
    What I have lost

    Oh and what I was
    All my life I've waited
    Endless days have taken
    Taken what made me free
    Years have gone
    I'm broken

    Left the past unspoken
    Those years
    Oh they haunt me still
    Shed my skin
    Are you ready for me
    Or purge my love
    Are you ready for me
    And shed my skin Writer/s: BRIAN MARSHALL, MARK TREMONTI, MYLES KENNEDY, THOMAS SCOTT PHILLIPS
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