For All Kings

Album: For All Kings (2015)
  • For all kings committed
    For all kings old and new
    Young blood of the old blood
    For all kings are through

    My insides pulled front to back
    Nothing is solved in this act
    Teaches you what humanity lacks
    Compassion and empathy

    Everything tears at, tears away at all else
    And all the darkness, inside of my world breathes
    And I can't leave

    For all kings committed
    For all kings old and new
    Young blood of the old blood
    For all kings are through

    When the noise is gone you're there
    Through the storm our souls laid bare
    Given all beyond too much
    The strongest love lifts me up

    As my sky turns black, turns black as if asleep
    The king is dead so
    Long live the man in me, by divine right

    For all kings committed
    For all kings old and new
    Young blood of the old blood
    For all kings are through

    I'd do anything, with all my power brings
    I'd do anything
    To save you

    For all kings committed
    For all kings old and new
    Young blood of the old blood
    For all kings are through

    Oh oh oh
    I'd do anything, with all my power brings
    I'd do anything
    To save you
    I'd do anything Writer/s: FRANK JOSEPH BELLO, CHARLIE L BENANTE, SCOTT IAN ROSENFELD, JOSEPH BELLARDINI
    Publisher: DOWNTOWN DLJ SONGS
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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