Boys Of Fall

Album: Leveler (2011)
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  • Reborn

    Where do we go to escape the end of the world?
    Did we, the dogs, open fire that you would cast this rainstorm over above
    Our heads?
    This crushing loss that brings us to our knees.

    Is there a way to live again when there's nowhere to run?
    Is there a way to live again when there's no way to go on?
    Is there a way to live again when there's nowhere to run?
    Is there a way to live again through this dark tragedy?

    He is God. We are just men. Who are we to question?
    He is God. We are just men. Who are we to question?
    He is God. He is God.

    We're figures in a forest full of haunting trees,
    Brushing shoulders with death to make sure we're alive.
    Every word burns, branding broken souls.
    Pushing to move on. Soon we will be home.

    When you've lost your way, when you have no words,
    We are your strength, when you don't have anymore. (Oh)
    We are your strength. We are your strength.

    Oh Sunday mourning, all we had we lost. All we gained is chaos.
    Where we belong is with You. All we have is You. Where we belong is with
    You.
    All we have is You. Where we belong is with You. Please rescue us.

    A star can't be seen unless all the sky decides to be dark. (decides to be
    Dark)
    Every drop of a waterfall rushes on towards the end.

    This melody will move us. This song will lead us on. Reverence is revival.
    This town is reborn.
    This melody will move us. This song will lead us on. Reverence is revival.
    This town is reborn. Writer/s: BRENT RAMBLER, DUSTIN DAVIDSON, JAKE LUHRS, JOHN BRUBAKER, MATT GREINER
    Publisher: Capitol CMG Publishing, DistroKid
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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