Album: Afterglow (2012)
  • You give me the madness
    I'll give you a sign
    No need to be mindless
    At the scene of the crime

    Now do you have a confession
    That you want to make?
    Your resurrection
    I'm ready to take

    Release the fantasy
    And catch the final trip
    Unleash the majesty
    And tighten up your grip
    Inside your memory
    Has choked on broken glass
    Beneath the Karma tree
    You know this too shall pass
    I won't let you walk this path alone

    Confessor
    Let the motor burn
    Confessor
    Its time to overturn
    Confessor
    Can't justify the past
    I see your colors
    Were born to last

    It's your resolution
    What cannot be done
    A simple solution
    Before it all begun

    And if you happen to see me
    I'm already there
    Out here on the hillside
    I'm everywhere

    Release the fantasy
    And catch the final trip
    Unleash the majesty
    And tighten up your grip
    Inside your memory
    Has choked on broken glass
    Beneath the Karma tree
    You know this too shall pass
    I won't let you walk this path alone

    Confessor
    Let the motor burn
    Confessor
    Its time to overturn
    Confessor
    Can't justify the past
    I see your colors
    Were born to last

    Release the fantasy
    And catch the final trip
    Unleash the majesty
    And tighten up your grip
    Inside your memory
    Has choked on broken glass
    Beneath the Karma tree
    You know this too shall pass
    I won't let you walk this path alone Writer/s: GLENN WILLIAM HUGHES
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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