Crimson Day

Album: Hail to the King (2013)
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  • Dark years, brought endless rain
    Out in the cold I lost my way
    But storms won't last to clear the air
    For something new
    The sun came out and brought you through

    A lifetime full of words to say
    A hope that time will slow the passing day

    I've been wrong, time's over
    And I've been shamed with no words to find
    But if the sun will rise, bring us tomorrow
    Walk with me
    Crimson day

    Don't speak, no use for words
    Lie in my arms, sleep secure
    I wonder what you're dreaming of
    Lands rare and far
    A timeless flight to reach the stars

    A lifetime full of words to say
    A hope that time will slow the passing day

    I've been wrong, time's over
    And I've been shamed with no words to find
    But if the sun will rise, bring us tomorrow
    Walk with me
    Crimson day

    I've come so far to meet you here
    To share this life with one I hold so dear
    And I won't speak but what is true
    The world outside created just for you
    It's for you, for you

    I've been wrong, time's over
    And I've been shamed with no words to find
    But if the sun will rise, bring us tomorrow
    Walk with me
    Crimson day Writer/s: BRIAN HANER, JONATHAN SEWARD, MATTHEW SANDERS, ZACHARY BAKER
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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