One Last Song

Album: Extremist (2014)
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  • There is a fire in me
    I feel its burn within my flesh
    Returning back
    With every vacancy of breath
    No compromise
    There is no blade to bring me down
    Bleeding at the seams
    I ever fight the final round

    All of the sorrow, all of the pain
    Hold me down
    This is the battle within my name
    Forever

    One last song to sing
    One final decree
    One last song
    This everlasting word inside me

    There is a final day
    To every tear, every breath
    Falling enemies
    No burn of anguish in us left
    All will be undone
    When every lost will be found
    On this day I cease
    To ever fight the final round

    All of the sorrow, all of the pain
    Hold me down
    This is the battle within my name
    Forever

    One last song to sing
    One final decree
    One last song
    This everlasting word inside me

    Forever give me... this day
    For every soul they take away
    Forever give me... this day
    For every lie to wash away

    All of the sorrow, all of the pain
    Hold me down
    This is the battle within my name
    Forever

    One last song to sing
    One final decree
    One last song
    This everlasting word inside me Writer/s: PATRICK JOHN JUDGE, RYAN CURTIS CLARK
    Publisher: MUSIC SERVICES, INC.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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