Album: Afterglow (2012)
  • Out there you're gotta walk so proud
    You say you wanna leave this crowd
    Today, a shot away, you slip
    Seems like you're gonna lose your grip

    Invisible, invisible

    You live and you will die, so stoned
    And still you wonder why, alone

    So fake, no mercy
    You fall
    You break, no pity
    You crawl
    So fake, no mercy
    You fall
    You break, no pity
    You crawl

    A wreck, a tragedy, a sign
    So sad the memory, redline
    Too late to build a bridge on trust
    I see the gold has turned to dust

    Invisible, invisible

    You live and you will die, so stoned
    And still you wonder why, alone

    So fake, no mercy
    You fall
    You break, no pity
    You crawl
    So fake, no mercy
    You fall
    You break, no pity
    You crawl Writer/s: JASON BONHAM, GLENN HUGHES, JOE BONAMASSA, KEVIN SHIRLEY
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, WORDS & MUSIC A DIV OF BIG DEAL MUSIC LLC
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