Here We Are Juggernaut

Album: Year of the Black Rainbow (2010)
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  • Keep your secrets in the dark
    Nothing matters anymore
    Body's breaking, drive me crazy
    This is not your place
    No, this is not your playground it's my heart
    We were stupid, we got caught
    Nothing matters anymore
    So what? Here we are Juggernaut

    Courage broken lash the scars
    Could this love be what I want?
    Body's breaking, driving me crazy
    It's too broke

    We were stupid we got caught
    Nothing matters anymore
    So what, here we are Juggernaut

    Juggernaut

    So let's hang up some anger
    We'll bury our burdens in blood
    So hang up some anger
    We'll bury our burdens in blood
    We grow stronger Juggernaut

    Answer me
    "Did we take this too far?"
    You've given all I could need
    "Did we take this too far?"
    Oh but your kiss won't leave me
    "Did we take this too far?"
    Cause your teardrops won't stop, chewing out my heart

    We were stupid we got caught
    Nothing matters anymore
    So what? Here we are Juggernaut
    Here we are Juggernaut
    We are Juggernaut

    Why, why, why? Writer/s: CLAUDIO SANCHEZ, TRAVIS STEVER
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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