• I face another day
    So hard to live inside
    The pleasure dome
    The fear won't go away
    It shadows me
    Wherever I may roam
    What has become of me
    The alchemy has left me
    In a haze
    Hung by a rope again
    My life cast out
    At sea amen
    My lack of faith
    Has no shame
    It is reckless
    And I know
    There's no flame
    For the Faithless
    I fail the polygraph
    I can't derail the voice
    Inside my hide
    Here in the aftermath
    Now I regret the choice
    That I can't shed
    There is no compromise
    And I don't want to
    Visualize Writer/s: JOE BONAMASSA, GLENN HUGHES, KEVIN SHIRLEY
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Downtown Music Publishing, WORDS & MUSIC A DIV OF BIG DEAL MUSIC LLC
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