I Worship Chaos

Album: I Worship Chaos (2015)
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  • No peace of mind from quietude
    Haunting nightmares follow thru
    The panic that lingers in my eye
    'Til I rip shit up, make angels cry
    Contort the silence sighing faintly
    My dark twisted secrets gravely

    Every night's the same the world is sleeping
    Yet my demons keep come creepin'
    Thru the cracks of my shattered mind
    So I stir up the chaos one more time
    Mayhem, wrath I call thee mine
    And both the sun and moon will shine

    End of times, just kill the quietude
    Hear my cries, and start the countdown
    Bury my crimes, somewhere deep within
    It's not that complicated
    Simply I just worship chaos

    Turmoil, terror I now conjure
    The hell in my head please do conquer
    So I throw down kickin' and screaming
    Lie flat on the ground discarded and bleeding
    But the noise is gone that's why
    I stir up the chaos one more time

    End of times, just kill the quietude
    Hear my cries, and start the countdown
    Bury my crimes, somewhere deep within
    It's not that complicated
    Simply I just worship chaos Writer/s: Alexi Laiho
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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