Crooked Young

Album: Sempiternal (2013)
  • Believe in the one

    Hallelujah, well I'm saved
    Just a dozen steps and 28 days

    It's a miracle, I'll be born again
    As the Lord as my Shepard
    I will find a way

    Fuck your faith, no ones gonna save you
    Fuck your faith

    There's no hope for us
    We speak in tongues, blacker than the sun
    No death can touch the crooked young

    There's no hope for us
    We speak in tongues, blacker than the sun
    No death can touch the crooked young
    The crooked young

    We don't sleep, we don't eat
    We speak in tongues
    We can't die, we're dead inside
    No death can touch the crooked young

    Believe in no one

    But yourself
    The faceless won't save you
    The clouds will eat your fucking prayers

    There's no hope for us
    We speak in tongues, blacker than the sun
    No death can touch

    Hallelujah
    I say it's a miracle, thank you Jesus
    Hallelujah, I say
    Fuck your faith, fuck your faithWriter/s: Jordan Fish, Lee Malia, Oliver Sykes
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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