Album: The Dream Walker (2014)
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  • Can you come on
    Out of the cold
    How do we make it out alive

    Get a weapon
    Lockin the door
    Stayin awake to stay alive

    Kill the fallen
    Knife in the back
    Plan of attack
    A beady eye

    As you follow
    Head out the pack
    Flood out the rat
    And stab em' dry

    Got ya' come on
    Goin in deep
    Falling asleep
    An open door

    Get the ballast
    Crawl up the coast
    Pull on the neck
    And cut the cord

    Can you hold it
    Get me a rope
    Combing the lake of fire god

    Like a bullet
    Follow the smoke
    Head of the snake
    And cut it off

    Ghosts heroing front lines
    On a lonely cove
    And they left behind
    A bit if sorrow

    You didn't need to count me out
    When the final push is a little weight on your neck sometimes

    You didn't need to count me out
    When your feeling low here's a little
    Hand from above because your on my mind

    You kinda got it
    Further a cause
    Broaden the reach

    A little pain
    Like a comet burn up and die
    Hear a pin drop a mile away

    Like a disease
    Move with a tease
    Glide of the feet
    An atom bomb

    As your dieing
    Both of your knees
    Will fall to the street
    You'll carry on Writer/s: ILAN RUBIN, THOMAS DELONGE
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