Beyond Me

Album: Extremist (2014)
  • Where does your allegiance lie?
    In failing hearts and idle hands
    What corrupted eyes
    To heed the certainty of man
    You fail me
    I never was my final word
    I could never be
    The only voice I heard

    Trust in the powerless
    The ever knowing inside
    See no deliverance
    Leave all conviction behind
    The darkest of hearts they cease to bleed

    (And) Never deny for the self to lead
    You'll find in this a lonely home
    No tear consoled
    To wander on a nameless road
    Beyond me

    Compromise all time unseen
    For this, your momentary lust
    Pride deafening
    Unsung hymns gather rust
    No corruption, delusion, enslavement here
    Driven not by fear
    Not converted to

    Trust in the powerless
    The ever knowing inside
    See no deliverance
    Leave all conviction behind
    The darkest of hearts they cease to bleed

    (and) Never deny for the self to lead
    You'll find in this a lonely home
    No tear consoled
    To wander on a nameless road
    Beyond me

    I see an aimless soul
    In the ruthless cold
    Fighting off the call
    Dying to be whole
    I see an aimless soul
    In the ruthless cold
    Fighting off the call
    Giving in to the fall

    You'll find in this a lonely home
    No tear consoled
    To wander on a nameless road
    Beyond me

    You'll find in this a lonely home
    No tear consoled
    To wander on a nameless road
    Beyond me Writer/s: PATRICK JOHN JUDGE, RYAN CURTIS CLARK
    Publisher: MUSIC SERVICES, INC.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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