Become The Storm

Album: For The Love Of Metal (2018)
  • The rain is nothing to fear
    When you become the storm

    Suffering is to speak the truth and I'm not willing to hear
    Working harder than before with nothing to show but tears
    With only time, its hands to help, it's the hurt that we must let go
    Pardoned, forgiven for their sins and what they put us through

    The rain is nothing to fear
    When you become the storm

    We are not here to suffer
    But what we get through makes us tougher
    We are not here to suffer
    But what we get through makes us tougher
    Oh!

    Suffer all the innocent who say that they don't belong
    Give them the strength that they deserve, give them the ones who do not wrong
    I know we weren't mean for love, time to break down every single door
    And it keeps us trapped and torn
    I know we are more than this, no more time to reminisce, it's war
    And it's right outside our doors

    The rain is nothing to fear
    When you become the storm

    We are not here to suffer
    But what we get through makes us tougher
    We are not here to suffer
    But what we get through makes us tougher

    Sometimes we suffer
    The time we get tougher
    Sometimes we suffer
    Sometimes we get tougher

    We are not here to suffer
    But what we get through makes us tougher
    We are not here to suffer
    But what we get through makes us tougher
    We are not here to suffer
    But what we get through makes us tougher
    (Become the storm)
    We are not here to suffer
    But what we get through makes us tougher
    Become the storm Writer/s: Daniel Snider
    Publisher: REACH MUSIC PUBLISHING
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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