The Uninvited

  • What was sacred lost forevermore
    Watch your hatred washed up to the shore
    Underneath I still can feel the pain
    What you took can never be replaced

    Stone faced liar
    Your hate vile

    For the blood you waste this will fall on you
    Now your fate has been decided
    For the life you take this is overdue
    You are now the uninvited

    Sirens screaming blood against the wall
    No more saving innocence at all

    No shame spineless
    Cold rage of violence

    For the blood you waste this will fall on you
    Now your fate has been decided
    For the life you take this is overdue
    You are now the uninvited

    Soon you'll feel all my agony
    Soon you'll know it
    All you feel will come to life and it won't be long
    For tonight you are gonna feel my pain

    For the blood you waste this will fall on you
    Now your fate has been decided
    For the life you take this is overdue
    You are now the uninvited

    For the blood you waste this will fall on you
    You are now the uninvited

    Stone faced liar
    Stone faced liar Writer/s: MARK TREMONTI, MYLES KENNEDY, SCOTT PHILLIPS
    Publisher: EMI Music Publishing
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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