Storm to Pass

Album: Congregation Of The Damned (2009)
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  • Razor wire,
    Give backs for things we've done.
    After thoughts,
    Of past storms weathered before.

    Oh no! Oh no!
    I watch the clouds roll in,
    Oh no! Oh no!
    It's happening again.

    I'll be,
    Watching, waiting,
    Tremble, shaking.
    Will the storm pass over us today?
    Will lightning strike our sins away?

    Watching, waiting,
    Fallen, shaking.
    Will the storm pass over us today?
    Or is our future looking grey?

    Aftermath,
    Much worse than it was before.
    Battle scars,
    Some are seen and some are not.

    Oh no! Oh no!
    I watch the clouds roll in,
    Oh no! Oh no!
    It's happening again.

    I'll be,
    Watching, waiting,
    Tremble, shaking.
    Will the storm pass over us today?
    Will lightning strike our sins away?

    Watching, waiting,
    Fallen, shaking.
    Will the storm pass over us today?
    Or is our future looking grey.

    You can't hide from the dark.
    Well I never thought it'd turn out this way, yeah.
    You can't hide from the dark.

    Watching, waiting,
    Tremble, shaking.
    Will the storm pass over us today?
    Will lightning strike our sins away?

    Watching, waiting,
    Fallen, shaking.
    Will the storm pass over us today?
    Or is our future looking grey?

    Hey, Hey! Writer/s: BRANDON SALLER, DANIEL DAN JACOBS, EKTOR ALEX VARKATZAS, PORTER MARC MCKNIGHT, TRAVIS WILLIAM MIGUEL
    Publisher: CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC, Walt Disney Music Company
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 2

  • Charlie from Las Vegas, Nvi know i've said this a million times today, but if Neil Gaiman decided to make his book 'American Gods' into a movie, this song would go PERFECT on the soundtrack because the lyrics match the book's plot perfectly. Great song.
  • Corey from Richmond, VaFirst time I heard this song it got stuck in my head. Great song.
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