94 Hours

Album: Frail Words Collapse (2003)
  • 94 hours of regret
    For me to realize
    What I held
    Unfading beauty
    Not just a face
    I held it's innocence
    Within my heart

    Go!
    No! I won't let
    Go!
    I wont let go
    I wont let go
    No! I
    I wont let go
    No! I
    I wont let go

    The torment of your eyes
    Has awakened my soul

    The torment
    Of your eyes
    Has awakened my soul

    The pain of a moments time
    Will forever beg your forgiveness
    Forgiveness

    94 hours
    For me to realize
    I held the unfading beauty
    I am your innocenceWriter/s: EVAN WHITE, JASON KREBS, JORDAN MANCINO, TIMOTHY P. LAMBESIS
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
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Comments: 2

  • Corey from Richmond, VaOne of my most favorite AILD songs.
  • James from Chicopee, MaI got to say... this is my favorite song by As I Lay Dying. Great Song!
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