What Happens Now
by Cold

Album: Superfiction (2011)
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  • Does the bite still sting
    Did it make you feel the world
    Did the venom enter your heart
    Like a love on the way
    Was a killer inside your head
    Did your memories often fade
    Is it hard to breathe
    Did we make you this way

    What happens now?
    Need a hero to save the day
    Pick us up and just fly away
    What happens now?
    Need a hero to save the day,
    Now he's on the way

    Did it freak you out?
    Could you feel it in your veins
    When the venom enters your heart
    Do the stars shine the same?
    Did you think you could save the world?
    Are you far, far away?
    Is there someone made for you
    Did we take her away?

    What happens now?
    Need a hero to save the day
    Pick us up and just fly away
    What happens now?
    Need a hero to save the day,
    Now he's on the way

    What happens now?
    Need a hero to save the day
    Pick us up and just fly away
    What happens now?
    Need a hero to save the day,
    Now he's on the way Writer/s: JEREMY MARSHALL, SAM MCCANDLESS, SCOOTER WARD, ZACH GILBERT
    Publisher: Songtrust Ave
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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