Morrigan

Album: I Worship Chaos (2015)
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  • Holding the key to my darkened past
    She’s spinning with voices lost in past
    The memory too disturbed
    She’s a story that'll never end

    You’re a two studded chain, a tear in my soul
    She'll fly away with me when all said and done
    But now she’s gone

    I don’t believe in faith
    The art of finding love
    Refuse to let this cut me deep
    Now to make her pay
    Left to feel so numb
    Yes, you may cut me again
    But I mark these words with a blade
    That I’ll find you once again, Morrigan!

    She’s the coming of my demise
    In every way, seen her alluring disguise
    A six-foot tall bloody, jet-black scythe
    Is all that’s with me with the things I’ve done
    Because she’s gone

    I don’t believe in faith
    The art of finding love
    Refuse to let this cut me deep
    Now to make her pay
    Left to feel so numb
    Yes, you may cut me again
    But I mark these words with a blade
    That I’ll find you once again, Morrigan!

    I ain't gonna leave from the post, so stay
    On the way, get away from the twilight's scream
    I refuse to let this cut me deep
    I refuse to let this cut me deep!

    I don’t believe in faith
    The art of finding love
    Refuse to let this cut me deep
    Now to make her pay
    Left to feel so numb
    Yes, you may cut me again
    But I mark these words with a blade
    That I'll find you once again, Morrigan!Writer/s: ALEXI LAIHO
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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