Suzerain

Album: For All Kings (2016)
  • It's everything, what's wrong with it?
    It's everything, what's wrong with us?

    Null, rictus grin, beyond death
    And it's after me
    So insane, suzerain
    And he's calling

    Nothing is over, nothing is over, nothing is over, nothing is over
    Come see, with me as everything turns
    Nothing is over, nothing is over, nothing is solved it only starts over
    You'll see with me as everything burns
    What comes after
    What comes after me

    A history, of love and pain
    In this story it's all the same
    Void, rictus grin, stand in sin
    Rule the rulers
    Blood, on the plains, suzerain
    And he's screaming

    Nothing is over, nothing is over, nothing is over, nothing is over
    Come see with me as everything turns
    Nothing is over, nothing is over, nothing is solved it only starts over
    You'll see with me as everything burns
    Nothing is over, nothing is over, nothing is over, nothing is over
    I'll be set free, free from this memory
    What comes after
    What comes after me

    Nothing is over, nothing is over
    You'll see with me as everything burns
    Nothing is over, nothing is over, nothing is over, nothing is over
    I'll be set free, free from this memory
    What comes after, what comes after me

    What comes after me, what comes after me
    What comes after me Writer/s: FRANK JOSEPH BELLO, CHARLIE L BENANTE, SCOTT IAN ROSENFELD, JOSEPH BELLARDINI
    Publisher: DOWNTOWN DLJ SONGS
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