See The Light

Album: See The Light (2007)
  • There's a meeting across the river
    Just past the smokescreen in your eyes
    Everybody's waitin' to see you deliver
    Now's the time to break the tie that binds
    Come on down now, from your fences
    Come on down to the other side
    Broken down in another man's cell
    Who's gonna be there to pay your bail?
    It's hard sometimes to know what is right
    Everyday, just another hard time
    You should know by now you gotta pay to ride
    But that's alright, I finally see the light
    Didn't think there'd be a sermon
    Don't make no difference, by and by
    I can't be bothered by your burden
    It's just a matter of time before it dies
    Just go on about your business
    Break out the truth at the light of day
    One more thing you should consider
    Is how your lies gave you some damn good shade

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