Death

Album: Extremist (2014)
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  • I'm not your gateway
    I'm not your prodigal son
    I am the vile lesser-than
    Just who do you think I am?

    I'm not your standard
    I'm not your vision divine
    I am no sacrificial lamb
    Just who do you think I am?

    I am death
    I am death
    I am death
    I am death

    I'm not your sacrifice
    I'm not your shelter in the storm
    I am determinately man
    Just who do you think I am?

    I'm not your child
    I'm not your paragon of just
    I am by other means damned
    Just who do you think I am?

    I am death
    I am death
    I am death
    I am death
    Who do you think I am?
    Who do you think I am?
    Who do you think I am?
    Who do you think I am? Writer/s: PATRICK JOHN JUDGE, RYAN CURTIS CLARK
    Publisher: MUSIC SERVICES, INC.
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