More Than Bones

  • I will filter all I know
    Feed it through my soul
    Tear it out and lay it at your feet
    Set a fire for tomorrow
    Set it to your woes
    Feel defiance burning through my teeth

    (it's) not enough to drag this blade across the day
    Not if I can stay

    More than bones
    You'll never be alone again
    When I leave you, I leave you more than bones
    More than bones
    You'll never be never be alone
    When I leave you, I leave you more than bones

    When the fear is your messiah
    Weaponize your mind
    Carve these hallowed words inside your soul
    I will send to you a passage
    Far beyond my time
    Hear my fury echo through your cold Writer/s: Ryan Clark, Patrick Judge
    Publisher: MUSIC SERVICES, INC.
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