Album: Set The World on Fire (2011)
  • Praying for what your heart brings
    Thoughts of escape and bloodshot eyes
    You're barely sleeping, no longer dreaming
    Now what you do to feel alive

    Rise up and celebrate your life
    We're not alone in our ritual
    Sing for what you feel inside
    Becoming one with our ritual

    Singing songs of the old days
    Try to remember what's gone by
    Stronger in new ways
    Don't care what they say
    This is your life
    It's time to rejoice

    Rise up and celebrate your life
    We're not alone in our ritual
    Sing for what you feel inside
    Becoming one with our ritual

    Our destiny is what we learned
    Together wanting something more
    Their misery and demons burn
    A feeling that's worth fighting for

    Rise up and celebrate your life
    We're not alone in our ritual
    Sing for what you feel inside
    Becoming one with our ritual

    Rise up and celebrate your life
    We're not alone in our ritual
    Sing for what you feel inside
    Becoming one with our ritual

    Becoming one with our ritual Writer/s: LUKE W WALKER, ANDY BIERSACK, JACOB PITTS, ANNE PREVEN, ASHLEY PURDY
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., CYPMP
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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